F26 Atomic/Cloud Test Day June 20th!

cross posted from this_ fedora magazine post Now that the Fedora Beta has been officially released the Fedora Atomic Working Group and Fedora Cloud SIG would like to get the community together next week to find and squash some bugs. We are organizing a test day for Tuesday, June 20th. For this event we'll test both Atomic Host content and Fedora Cloud Base content. Vagrant Boxes will be available to test with as well. [Read More]

Fedora Atomic Host Available in DigitalOcean

Cross posted with this_ Project Atomic Blog post --- With the latest release of Fedora Atomic Host we are now live in DigitalOcean! This was a popular user request and thanks to the folks at DigitalOcean and the Fedora Atomic Working Group we now have Fedora Atomic Host as an option when creating a droplet. Go ahead and spin up a droplet in the web interface or via the doctl CLI today! [Read More]

Matching Fedora OSTree Released Content With Each 2 Week Atomic Release

Cross posted with this_ Project Atomic Blog post TL;DR: The default Fedora cadence for updates in the RPM streams is once a day. Until now, the OSTree-based updates cadence has matched this, but we're changing the default OSTree update stream to match the Fedora Atomic Host image release cadence (once every two weeks). --- In Fedora we release a new Atomic Host approximately every two weeks. In the past this has meant that we bless and ship new ISO, QCOW, and Vagrant images that can then be used to install and or start a new Atomic Host server. [Read More]

Fedora BTRFS+Snapper - The Fedora 25 Edition

History I'm back again with the Fedora 25 edition of my Fedora BTRFS+Snapper series. As you know, in the past I have configured my computers to be able to snapshot and rollback the entire system by leveraging BTRFS snapshots, a tool called snapper, and a patched version of Fedora's grub2 package. I have updated the patchset (patches taken from SUSE) for Fedora 25's version of grub and the results are available in this git repo. [Read More]

Installing an OpenShift Origin Cluster on Fedora 25 Atomic Host: Part 2

Cross posted with this_ Project Atomic Blog post Introduction In part 1 of this series we used the OpenShift Ansible Installer to install Openshift Origin on three servers that were running Fedora 25 Atomic Host. The three machines we'll be using have the following roles and IP address configurations: +-------------+----------------+--------------+ | Role | Public IPv4 | Private IPv4 | +=============+================+==============+ | master,etcd | 54.175.0.44 | 10.0.173.101 | +-------------+----------------+--------------+ | worker | 52. [Read More]

Installing an OpenShift Origin Cluster on Fedora 25 Atomic Host: Part 1

Cross posted with this_ Project Atomic Blog post Introduction Openshift Origin is the upstream project that builds on top of the Kubernetes platform and feeds into the OpenShift Container Platform product that is available from Red Hat today. Origin is a great way to get started with Kubernetes, and what better place to run a container orchestration layer than on top of Fedora Atomic Host? We recently released Fedora 25, along with the first biweekly release of Fedora 25 Atomic Host. [Read More]

Kompose Up for OpenShift and Kubernetes

Cross posted with this_ Red Hat Developer Blog post Introduction Kompose is a tool to convert from higher level abstractions of application definitions into more detailed Kubernetes artifacts. These artifacts can then be used to bring up the application in a Kubernetes cluster. What higher level application abstraction should kompose use? One of the most popular application definition formats for developers is the docker-compose.yml format for use with docker-compose that communicates with the docker daemon to bring up the application. [Read More]

Fedora 25 available in DigitalOcean

Cross posted with this_ fedora magazine post Last week the Fedora Project released Fedora 25. This week Fedora Project Community members have worked with the DigitalOcean team to make Fedora 25 available on their platform. If you're not familiar with DigitalOcean already, it's a dead simple cloud hosting platform that's great for developers. Important Notes The image has some specific differences from others that Fedora ships. You may need to know about these differences before you use the image. [Read More]

Sharing a Go library to Python (using CFFI)

Disclaimer I am not a Go expert so I may not be able to answer questions you may have about this process. I am simply trying to reproduce and document what I saw. Additionally, it was actually recommended to not do this for long running processes because you'll have two runtimes that may work against each other eventually (garbage collection, etc). Be wary. Introduction Back in July I went to Go Camp that was a part of Open Camps in NYC. [Read More]

Booting Lenovo T460s after Fedora 24 Updates

Introduction I recently picked up a new Lenovo T460s work laptop. It is fairly light and has 20G of memory, which is great for running Virtual Machines. One of the first things I did on this new laptop was install Fedora 24 onto the system. After installing from the install media I was up and running and humming along. Soon after installing I updated the system to get all bugfixes and security patches. [Read More]