Are you interested in deploying your own Eclipse Che, a cloud-native IDE, inside your company's network? Do you want to learn about different ways of deployment, from running Che on personal laptop to deployment to Virtual Private Cloud? Join our session, where we'll describe our experience with providing an Eclipse Che environment with Mainframe connectivity to our developers.
Using cloud-native IDE raises a question how to provide it to developers. Easiest option is using a hosted solution, for Eclipse Che provided directly from the main webpage. But not every time this option can be used, typically when there are requirements for the company's internal network connectivity. That's time to think about provisioning your own Eclipse Che, inside your internal network, behind the firewall.
In this session, we will talk about our experience with deployment of Eclipse Che for developers who need intranet connectivity to highly-secured Mainframe systems. You'll see:
- Che deployed on Windows 10 based laptop - single user on docker desktop
- Che deployed on shared CentOS based virtual server - multi user on single node cluster (minikube)
- Che deployed in Virtual Private Cloud - multi user on Google Kubernetes Engine cluster, reusing previous approach
- + providing LDAP integration to Keycloak - users log-in to Che with their company credentials
All eased with Eclipse Che CLI deployment tool - chectl