The GNOME Infrastructure is moving to Openshift

During GUADEC 2018 we announced one of the core plans of this and the coming year: it being moving as many GNOME web applications as possible to the GNOME Openshift instance we architected, deployed and configured back in July. Moving to Openshift will allow us to: Save up on resources as we’re deprecating and decommissioning VMs only running a single service Allow app maintainers to use the most recent Python, Ruby, preferred framework or programming language release without being tied to the release RHEL ships with Additional layer of security: containers Allow app owners to modify and publish content without requiring external help Increased apps redundancy, scalability, availability Direct integration with any VCS that ships with webhooks support as we can trigger the Openshift provided endpoint whenever a commit has occurred to generate a new build / deployment Architecture The cluster consists of 3 master nodes (controllers, api, etcd), 4 compute nodes and 2 infrastructure nodes (internal docker registry, cluster console, haproxy-based routers, SSL edge termination). [Read More]