Helm Chart Repositories easily via CRs You can remove the “default repo” : redhat-helm-repo In the future, when you remove all HelmChartRepository CRs, we will disable the ability to create Helm Charts from the console Add a new Helm Chart Repository to your cluster apiVersion: helm.openshift.io/v1beta1 kind: HelmChartRepository metadata: name: azure-sample-repo spec: name: azure-sample-repo connectionConfig: url: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Azure-Samples/helm-charts /master/docs ----- oc apply -f <filename>
from three (3) areas in the console: Samples, Import from Git & Builder Images in the Dev Catalog Remove an existing Builder Image from the console Remove “builder” from tags of the ImageStream in the openshift namespace that you want to “remove”
Streams Install operators to expose operator backed services in the Developer Catalog Notes: - In 4.6 a new pattern has been added to help you understand when the Operator has been successfully installed - Once the Operator has been installed, you can go to the Developer Catalog to see what’s now available in the developer catalog
area where you can add your most frequently used resources for quick access. Check out this blog: Improved navigation in the OpenShift 4.5 Developer perspective Users can customize their own navigation in the Developer Perspective
- Create your own Quick Starts A quick start is like a guided tutorial that walks users through a set of tasks to achieve a particular goal. In 4.6 we have introduced the Quick Start pattern. In 4.7 we will be providing a Quick Start CR so that Operators and Admins can provide their own Quick Starts. This design pattern is a perfect way to onboard users, help ensure best practices for applications, etc
registrants including details of the competition. The first 20 participants to register will receive a t-shirt, as long as they submit their entry by 11/30. Submit your entry by 11/30 Join us on openshift.tv to VOTE & see the winners! 3 winners will be selected. Winners will receive a COOL OpenShift hoodie OCP4 Console Customization Competition 13-Oct-2020 30-Nov-2020 01-Dec-2020 Public competition to showcase the best OpenShift web console customizations, using supported OpenShift 4 mechanisms.