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Chapter 4. Installing Fuse on OpenShift as a non-admin user

You can start using Fuse on OpenShift by creating an application and deploying it to OpenShift. First you need to install Fuse on OpenShift images and templates.

4.1. Installing Fuse on OpenShift images and templates as a non-admin user


  • You have access to OpenShift server. It can be either virtual OpenShift server by CDK or remote OpenShift server.
  • You have configured authentication with

For more information see:


  1. In preparation for building and deploying the Fuse on OpenShift project, log in to the OpenShift Server as follows.

    oc login -u developer -p developer https://OPENSHIFT_IP_ADDR:8443

    Where, OPENSHIFT_IP_ADDR is a placeholder for the OpenShift server’s IP address as this IP address is not always the same.


    The developer user (with developer password) is a standard account that is automatically created on the virtual OpenShift Server by CDK. If you are accessing a remote server, use the URL and credentials provided by your OpenShift administrator.

  2. Create a new project namespace called test (assuming it does not already exist).

    oc new-project test

    If the test project namespace already exists, switch to it.

    oc project test
  3. Install the Fuse on OpenShift image streams:

    1. Set the BASEURL variable to the location of the image streams:

      For Fuse 7.10.1


      For Fuse 7.10.0

    2. Run the command that installs the image streams:

      oc create -n test -f ${BASEURL}/fis-image-streams.json

      The command output displays the Fuse image streams that are now available in your Fuse on OpenShift project.

  4. Install the quickstart templates.

    for template in eap-camel-amq-template.json \
     eap-camel-cdi-template.json \
     eap-camel-cxf-jaxrs-template.json \
     eap-camel-cxf-jaxws-template.json \
     karaf-camel-amq-template.json \
     karaf-camel-log-template.json \
     karaf-camel-rest-sql-template.json \
     karaf-cxf-rest-template.json ;
     oc create -n test -f \
  5. Install Spring Boot 2 quickstart templates:

    for template in spring-boot-2-camel-amq-template.json \
     spring-boot-2-camel-config-template.json \
     spring-boot-2-camel-drools-template.json \
     spring-boot-2-camel-infinispan-template.json \
     spring-boot-2-camel-rest-3scale-template.json \
     spring-boot-2-camel-rest-sql-template.json \
     spring-boot-2-camel-template.json \
     spring-boot-2-camel-xa-template.json \
     spring-boot-2-camel-xml-template.json \
     spring-boot-2-cxf-jaxrs-template.json \
     spring-boot-2-cxf-jaxws-template.json \
     spring-boot-2-cxf-jaxrs-xml-template.json \
     spring-boot-2-cxf-jaxws-xml-template.json ;
     do oc create -n openshift -f \${template}
  6. Install the templates for the Fuse Console.

    oc create -n test -f ${BASEURL}/fis-console-cluster-template.json
    oc create -n test -f ${BASEURL}/fis-console-namespace-template.json

    For information on deploying the Fuse Console, see Set up Fuse Console on OpenShift.

  7. (Optional) View the installed Fuse on OpenShift images and templates.

    oc get template -n test
  8. In your browser, navigate to the OpenShift console:

    1. Use https://OPENSHIFT_IP_ADDR:8443 and replace OPENSHIFT_IP_ADDR with your OpenShift server’s IP address.
    2. Log in to the OpenShift console with your credentials (for example, with username developer and password developer).