Build and publish Docker images from a GitHub source using Red Hat OpenShift Pipelines

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Build and publish Docker images from a GitHub source using Red Hat OpenShift Pipelines 

Tue October 18, 2022 08:26 AM

Build and publish Docker images from a GitHub source using Red Hat OpenShift Pipelines



Most OpenShift pipelines related blogs, articles, and how-to guides use complicated YAML files and a command-line interface (CLI) to create, deploy, and run pipelines, which isn’t easy for many to adapt to and follow!

This tutorial takes a different approach and uses the OpenShift GUI / console. There isn’t a single YAML or CLI command used in this tutorial, yet it shows you how to create a new pipeline from scratch, set up tasks to build from GitHub and deploy a Docker image to quay.io (a popular image registry) and how to achieve continuous delivery and deployment of Docker images by automating the whole process using OpenShift Pipeline triggers and GitHub webhooks.

This tutorial would benefit users interested in understanding OpenShift Pipelines without getting into complicated YAMLs and CLIs, users new to the pipelines concept, or users looking to get a quick understanding of how pipelines work.

Continue reading the entire tutorial: https://developer.ibm.com/tutorials/build-docker-images-from-github-source-using-openshift-pipelines/


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