Fifth website anniversary.

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Another year passes.

This is an opportunity to slightly change the orientation of the website.

Until now, it was mainly about RHEL 7 / CentOS 7.

As I have spent the last six months building skills on OpenShift, I will provide articles on this subject soon, starting with a list of useful OpenShift articles sorted by theme. In fact, the site blog.openshift.com has published some very interesting articles, but many of them have been gradually forgotten while their content is still relevant. It seemed to me important to facilitate access to this wealth of knowledge.

In addition, Red Hat announced yesterday the release of OpenShift v4 around January 2019.

I hope you still enjoy the website.

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Hi Certdepot,

Congratulation to you on the fifth anniversary of your website.

This is the first time in my life seeing someone sharing the articles on technologies without any advertise on his website and anything in return.

I pray to God that he helps you to keep doing this great work so people like us can improve our knowledge and achieve our dream.

I am preparing for my RHCSA and RHCE and using lot of references from this website.

God bless you.

Thank you.

Lisenet
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It’s been 5 years already? Unbelievable, time flies when you’re having fun.

Thank you for maintaining the website, and I hope that you have the energy to run the site for at least another 5 years!

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coldarianzefra

Hi, all
Guys, I want to know your perspective, and how important is openshift in the near future

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