OKD is a community distribution of Kubernetes which is built from Red Hat OpenShift components on top of Fedora CoreOS (FCOS) and recently also CentOS Stream CoreOS (SCOS). The OKD variant based on Fedora CoreOS is called OKD or OKD/FCOS. The SCOS variant is often referred to as OKD/SCOS.
This guide outlines how to run the assisted installer locally then use it to deploy a single node OKD cluster.
OKD is the community distribution of Kubernetes that powers Red Hat OpenShift. The OKD community has created reusable Tekton build pipelines on a shared Kubernetes cluster for the OKD build pipelines so that they could manage the build & release processes for OKD in the open.
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On May 6th 2020, OKD-Working Group members hosted an hour long community led Office Hour with a brief introduction to the latest release by Red Hat's Charro Gruver then live Q/A!
From OKD to OpenShift in 3 Years - talk by Josef Meier (Rohde & Schwarz) from OpenShift Commons Gathering at Kubecon
On May 4th 2020, OKD-Working Group member Josef Meier gave a wonderful talk about Rohde & Schwarz's Journey to OpenShift 4 from OKD to ARO (Azure Red Hat OpenShift) and discussed benefits of participating in the OKD Working Group!
On March 20th, OKD-Working Group hosted a day-long event to bring together people from the OKD and related Open Source project communities to collaborate on testing and documentation of the OKD 4 install and upgrade processes for the various platforms that people are deploying OKD 4 on as well to identify any issues with the current documentation for these processes and triage them together.
Due to several issues ( and ) fresh installations using FCOS 33.20210301.3.1 would fail. The fix is coming in Podman 3.1.0.