Red Hat : Python
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Develop with Flask and Python 3 in a container on Red Hat Enterprise Linux  07h00 12 septembre
Rob Terzi
In my previous article, Run Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 in a container on RHEL 7, I showed how to start developing with the latest versions of languages, databases, and web servers available with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 even if you are still running RHEL 7. In this article, I’ll build on that...
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Develop with Django 2 and Python 3 in a container with Red Hat Enterprise Linux  07h01 11 septembre
Rob Terzi
In my previous article, Run Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 in a container on RHEL 7, I showed how to start developing with the latest versions of languages, databases, and web servers available with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 even if you are still running RHEL 7. In this article, I’ll build on that...
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Controlling Red Hat OpenShift from an OpenShift pod  07h00 25 juillet
Rarm Nagalingam
This article explains how to configure a Python application running within an OpenShift pod to communicate with the Red Hat OpenShift cluster via openshift-restclient-python, the OpenShift Python client. tl;dr The code sample below is a sample application running within a pod, which connects to an...
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How to build a Raspberry Pi photo booth  07h00 03 juin
Doug Tidwell
The Coderland booth at the recent Red Hat Summit was all about serverless computing as implemented in the Compile Driver. If you haven’t gone through that example (you really should), that code creates a souvenir photo by superimposing the Coderland logo, a date stamp, and a message on top of an...
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Use the Kubernetes Python client from your running Red Hat OpenShift pods  10h00 14 mai
Shane Boulden
Red Hat OpenShift is part of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) Certified Program, ensuring portability and interoperability for your container workloads. This also allows you to use Kubernetes tools to interact with an OpenShift cluster, like kubectl, and you can rest assured that all...
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What, no Python in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8?  13h01 07 mai
Langdon White
TL;DR Of course we have Python You just need to specify whether you want Python 3 or 2 as we didn’t want to set a default. Give yum install python3 and or yum install python2 a try. Or, if you want to see what packages we recommend, use yum install python36 or yum install python27. Read on for...
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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 now generally available  13h01 07 mai
Mike Guerette
I think Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 is the most developer-friendly Red Hat Enterprise Linux that we’ve delivered, and I hope you agree. Let’s get down to business, or rather coding, so you can see for yourself. You can read the Red Hat corporate press release. For this article, I’ll quickly recap...
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Processing CloudEvents with Eclipse Vert.x  13h00 11 décembre
Matthias Wessendorf
Our connected world is full of events that are triggered or received by different software services. One of the big issues is that event publishers tend to describe events differently and in ways that are mostly incompatible with each other. To address this, the Serverless Working Group from the...
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What, No Python in RHEL 8 Beta?  15h00 27 novembre
Langdon White
TL;DR Of course we have Python You just need to specify if you want Python 3 or 2 as we didn’t want to set a default. Give yum install python3 and or yum install python2 a try. Or, if you want to see what we recommend you install yum install python36 or yum install python27. Read on [&] The post...
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Python in RHEL 8  14h01 14 novembre
Petr Viktorin
Ten years ago, the developers of the Python programming language decided to clean things up and release a backwards-incompatible version, Python 3. They initially underestimated the impact of the changes, and the popularity of the language. Still, in the last decade, the vast majority of community...