E-additives is an open source web platform that provides web and RESTful API access to information about food additives.
“OpenShift is easy to begin. It supports build automation & easy database setup and configuration. The idea of cartridges is pretty neat.”
– Petar Petrov
This application provides a platform for riders to see and track in real time RTD's (Regional Transit District) buses in the Denver metro region.
“OpenShift simply works. It allowed me to set-up a complex and stable environment in less than 5 minutes and then move on to the actual app development.”
– Ricardo Oliveira
Shutter is an experimental image search engine by content (cbir), a web application searching similar images/photos of famous landmarks around the world.
“I think OpenShift is more than just a hosting service, it is actually a reliable platform in which you can invest both time and money in order to create, deploy and scale your apps so easily and fast.”
– Akis Papadopoulos
We Build curates free and open events (in the field of technology, engineering and design) and open source projects in Singapore automatically. It's designed to give visiting travelers to Singapore and curious locals a summary of what's going on in the tech community in Singapore.
“We enjoy the granular access and control given by OpenShift if the user needs it. Most other platforms try to restrict or abstract out the underlying platform, but sometimes that's useful for debugging and tuning performance.”
– WeBuildSG Team
Elements is a graphical overhaul of openweathermap’s popular API. It provides rich, robust and minimal weather data in a simple UI context without all of the other stuff!
“OpenShift allows me to deploy fast, scalable web applications. It is very easy to get up and running in a matter of minutes.”
– Arkodeb Maity
Cuerna Tools is a new webapp and website for the startup, Cuernatools, which provides manuals and repair tips as well as new ideas for using power tools.
“When compared to other PaaS providers, which tend to focus on only a few technology stacks, OpenShift provides more freedom to choose and create.”
– Steve Ludwig
GameRefinery is an insights hub for mobile games featuring related information for game developers and publishers. It is also a self-analysis tool for analyzing your own mobile games and game concepts to get benchmarks on their commercial potential.
“I have been using OpenShift since OpenShift Online was released and was stunned how well it worked for me from day one. Since then I don't see any point to use any platform other than OpenShift. ”
– Tero Ahonen
OceanLife provides swell, tide, solar and weather information for anywhere in the world..
“OpenShift was my first introduction to the world of PaaS and I must admit, the novelty of clicking to add Jenkins or your favorite database hasn't worn off just yet.”
– David Branton
Stockviser provides financial analytics for individual and institutional investors.
“I have used several platforms. In the end, I chose OpenShift and grew my digital assets on this platform due to overall satisfaction on stability, performance and feature set.”
– Max Azaham
Phanbook is the next-generation Q&A, Forum and CMS software. It is an online discussion and question/answer site for professionals and enthusiasts.
“OpenShift gives the freedom to quickly deploy applications without hassle. It is one of the few reliable hosting solutions for Phalcon PHP. You just to edit code then push to OpenShift, that is awesome.”
– Thien Tran Duy
This website shows my painting portfolio. It's a responsive website built on OpenShift with PHP and MySQL, along with many other technologies. It renders high quality images and provides a variety of subjects, techniques and painting mediums.
“I picked OpenShift because it provided many different platforms and tools. I'm primarily a Java backend developer but I got my hands dirty on different technologies like NodeJS and PHP. I love the idea of using a single platform and being able to code in different languages.”
– Yalim Aytul
Lovebeauty is a social ecommerce platform to congregate sellers, buyers and bloggers. Users can buy their favorite products recommended by others from social networks.
“I'm interested in OpenShift mainly because it is a Docker Container based PaaS. I like Docker and believe it will be the next generation virtualization mainstream. OpenShift also provided a very good user interface.”
– Liang Cheng
Yith Library is an online password manager. It helps you to keep your secrets under control in a secure and easy way. Your online data is too valuable to avoid protecting it seriously. It allows you to manage your credentials and other passwords using the best security practices.
“I like the fact that everything is open source and if I want I can run an OpenShift cluster in my own Raspberry PI mini cluster. I also love the fact that I can develop my own cartridges if what I want is not available in the marketplace. That's something truly unique in OpenShift.”
– Lorenzo Gil Sanchez
ConnectedMob provides free Facebook cleanup and personal analytics. Users can identify interesting patterns in their Facebook data and analyze their profile using easy to understand charts and graphs. Users can also search their profile to find objectionable content posted/commented using the search feature.
“OpenShift is developer friendly. Deploying and redeploying is easy and it provides the ability to host a variety of applications.”
– Niranjan Sonachalam
Quiet Vibes showcases a collection of ambient noise recordings done in multiple places around the world. It is targeted towards an audience that would like to experience a sense of presence within various places around the would through sounds right in their office or living room.
“OpenShift is easy do deploy and there is a possibility to host apps for free. The app was up and running within minutes. It took me less than a day to create the website.”
– Vadim Grinco
It's a social network to share geek stuff you own. Examples include: homemade arcade machine, cosplay costumes, games, gadgets, anime, modding, computers, etc.
“I haven't tried other PaaS platforms but I think its really hard to beat OpenShift's tools and infrastructure.”
– Germán Sánchez Rodelgo
Kecha is a text based messaging web application. Users can find their peers by searching for their first and last name. I am working on supporting Kecha application for Android using JAXRS services with support for storing voice and other media types.
“I was really interested to learn about OpenShift cloud platform from Red Hat. I like the promise of on-demand service functionality from OpenShift PaaS and its ability to scale out of the box. OpenShift also gives an opportunity to try out new web-applications on the public cloud.”
– Sonam Samdupkhangsar
It's a simple application for expense tracking and planning personal finances. Something like mint.com, but much simpler and targeted for manual entry rather than downloading bank statements.
“OpenShift has no vendor lock-in and getting Java container such as Tomcat or WildFly running is very easy, just a few clicks in the web interface. I've evaluated almost all popular application servers and my application itself had to be seriously rewritten or its build process had to be changed. Getting a Tomcat container working is a multi-step process in other containers.”
– Dmitry Zolotukhin