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Adding Google Auth to Kubernetes Clusters with Red Hat OpenShift and IBM AppID

Dave Nugent 🌉
I run @forwardjs.
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This document collects some of the links that you'll need in our lab. This is an interactive lab, so we will assume you have some knowledge of Kubernetes.

🎓 What will you learn?

  • How do I build an application using Java and Open Liberty?
  • What is Red Hat OpenShift and how does it compare to Kubernetes?
  • How do I deploy a Red Hat OpenShift/Kubernetes cluster?
  • We'll conclude with an interactive lab where you'll be able to add IAM to your own Red Hat OpenShift cluster.

This lab was presented live on Crowdcast. Here is a link to the recording: https://www.crowdcast.io/e/hybrid-cloud

Table of Contents

Create your IBM Cloud Account

First, you'll need an IBM Cloud account so that we can assign your free Red Hat OpenShift cluster to you.

Register here: https://ibm.biz/Bdfvch

Once you've registered, you'll need to activate your account by clicking a link in your email.

Grab your Kubernetes/Red Hat OpenShift Cluster

Visit https://idlab.mybluemix.net and sign up using the email address you used to sign up for your IBM Cloud account. The key is oslab

Once you've submitted this form, you'll be invited to join our advocacy account. You have to accept the invite by clicking on the notifications icon in your IBM Cloud control panel (it's the bell in the upper right.)

Once you've accepted the invite, you'll be able to see the Red Hat OpenShift cluster we've assigned to you at https://cloud.ibm.com/resources.

Create an AppID Instance

Navigate to: https://cloud.ibm.com/catalog/services/app-id and follow the instructions in the lab

Here is Jenna's GitHub containing the application source code: https://github.com/jritten/secure-openshift-w-appid

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