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What others are saying

OpenShift provides a Java developer with the convenience of a SaaS with the control of running your own Tomcat server which is essential for managing a high performance Java site. I have access to tweak everything in whatever way my app demands.

Lee Clarke, CODStat

With OpenShift, I can have a developer deploy her first line of business logic in less time than a meeting with an IT organization.

Gregori Faroux, Digistarters

In my first 3 days with the OpenShift Online service I was able to stand up Django-CMS, Redis, OwnCloud, Sonar, Sugar-CRM, WordPress, Jmeter, Node.JS, MongoDB, and Jenkins; and hosted a hackathon and several workshops for 88 senior developers, solution architects. If I could do all this in my spare time in just three days, I cannot wait to see how productive our technical teams can get in the next 30 days!

David Perales Ferrera, Telefonica Digital

@openshift briefing: 'Metering #MicroServices on OpenShift' w/ CTO Delano Seymour @6fusion replay:


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Nick Gerasimatos - OpenStack Summit 2015 - theCUBE via @YouTube >> FICO on use of #RedHat #OpenStack and #OpenShift

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For folks interested in scalable web-apps >> intro to scaling on OpenShift By Steven Citron-Pousty:… #autoscaling

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