OpenShift Commons Briefing #80: Workspaces for Dev Teams with Eclipse Che
July 5, 2017 | by
OpenShift Commons Briefing Summary
In this briefing, we discuss and demonstrate how Eclipse Che can be used by a development team with a multi-container application to speed project bootstrapping. Our guest for this OpenShift Commons Briefing is Brad Micklea, Red Hat (via Codenvy), an Eclipse Che committer.
Eclipse Che is a next generation cloud IDE and developer workspace server that allows anyone to contribute to a project without having to install software. Che uses a server to start and snapshot containerized developer workspaces attached to a cloud IDE. This makes developer workspaces portable, recipe-based, and scalable.
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