Monthly Archives: May 2018

Openshift with NSX-T Installation Part 4: Openshift Installation

In this article, we will use Ansible to install Openshift 3.9. On the Master node: nano /usr/share/ansible/openshift-ansible/roles/lib_utils/action_plugins/sanity_checks.py add then (‘openshift_use_nsx’,False. cd /root wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/vincenthanjs/openshift-nsxt/master/hosts cp hosts /etc/ansible/ -f cd /etc/ansible/ htpasswd -c /root/htpasswd admin If the above URL does not work. you can copy and paste the below into /etc/ansible/hosts #This is the file you replace… Read More »

Openshift with NSX-T Installation Part 3: RHEL

In this article we start install RHEL and install Openshift. The main guide for the installation I reference from is at https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-us/openshift_container_platform/3.9/html-single/installation_and_configuration/. Chapter 2.6 Advanced Installation. Step 1: Create a VM and install RHEL from iso. I place this VM on the LS-MGMT01 logical switch and this has internet access. Therefore, when you clone the VM, they will be… Read More »

Openshift with NSX-T Installation Part 2: NSX-T

    In this article, we are now going to start configuring NSX-T so that it will be ready for us to install Openshift and consume the networking and security services provided by NSX-T. The result is that Openshift can deliver on demand provisioning of all NSX-T components: Container Network Interface (CNI), NSX-T Container Plugin… Read More »