Introduction to “oc” — the OpenShift Command Line Power Tool

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If you use Kubernetes/OpenShift in any capacity, you have no doubt seen commands that start with oc being used to interact with the system. The oc tool can do a lot, and is pretty intuitive to use once you understand a few things.

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Ben Porter is a Software Engineer/Architect who specializes in distributed applications (like web apps). He is currently Head of Engineering at Ameelio.org

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Benjamin Porter

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Ben Porter is a Software Engineer/Architect who specializes in distributed applications (like web apps). He is currently Head of Engineering at Ameelio.org

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