OpenShift’s ability to support persistent storage makes it an ideal container platform for the enterprise, and we've just added 6 more reasons why that's true. Developers can now access additional storage volume types, including cloud-platform storage from AWS and Google Compute Engine, as well as Red Hat’s Gluster and CEPH. Traditional storage like NFS is now supplemented with support for ISCSI- and Fibre Channel-based volumes.
We're taking something great and making it even better. With new streamlined application build and deploy workflows, applications get onto the platform faster, making it take even less time to get from development to production.
By including Red Hat CloudForms with OpenShift, platform administrators get valuable real-time usage information at not just the individual container level, but across the entire container application platform.
Get instant insight into exactly what’s happening inside your containers. Application developers and project owners can access as well as track their application logs directly from the web console.
We’ve added tons of new features that makes the web interface more advanced than ever before. Developers have access to detailed metrics, scaling controls, topology views, and more with just a few clicks.
We’ve added JBoss DataGrid and JBoss BRMS to our list of supported middleware services on OpenShift.
Deploy your application without ever having to leave the console.
By collaborating with our ever-expanding community of partners, users can employ different types of persistent storage from places like AWS and GCE as well as new pluggable networking solutions.
To learn more about what’s coming in OpenShift 3.1 and more, be sure to checkout our upcoming webinar on November 19th.