The OpenShift Online Operations Team has published the OpenShift-Zabbix repository, which contains monitoring scripts for monitoring an OpenShift installation. These scripts are used to monitor the OpenShift Online environment using Zabbix. They are aimed at enabling OpenShift Enterprise and OpenShift Origin users to also have a starting point for monitoring their OpenShift deployments as well. Read the blog post for more information.
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OpenShift Mobile is a multi-platform mobile application designed to allow users to manage and control their OpenShift account. Not only limited to basic account management, OpenShift Mobile gives both developers and infrastructure operations teams the ability to create, control and manage the applications hosted on the OpenShift platform.
Read Manage your Apps with OpenShift Mobile and learn how to launch OpenShift Mobile yourself.
Red Hat helps Cisco focus on building applications instead of spending weeks to deploy platform configurations. Using OpenShift Enterprise by Red Hat®, Cisco reduced the strain on its infrastructure resources. Get first-hand advice on implementing your own Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) from Cisco's OpenShift Enterprise implementation.
Tony McGivern, CIO at FICO, explains how FICO is using OpenShift Enterprise by Red Hat® to change the face of analytics. After 57 years, FICO is changing its on-premise, datacenter-enabled software into a cloud offering to better serve its customers. See how they reduced application time to value with OpenShift Enterprise. Learn more about OpenShift Enterprise.
Here’s a 12 minute demo that shows you how to deploy OpenShift Enterprise 2.0 on Red Hat’s distribution of OpenStack (RHOS 4). The demo environment already has RHOS 4 installed (I’ve used packstack —allinone), and is configured with OpenStack Neutron networking (I’ve configured Neutron networking to have a public and private network). Additionally, this demo shows all tools being run on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5 host system and all Nova instances will are running Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5. Check out the blog post.
This video demos the steps involved in moving a Java app from Heroku to OpenShift. Specifically, it shows how to migrate a Spring MVC app running on Tomcat with a PostgreSQL database, but the process would be similar for many other web servers and technologies. The two main things changed in the app source code were the pom.xml (adding an OpenShift profile) and the database config (adding OpenShift environment variables).
View the blog post for written steps: Migrate your Java Application from Heroku to OpenShift
This video from our partner demonstrates how the RTI downloadable cartridge works in OpenShift. Check out the blog post, Deploying RTI on OpenShift.
Watch this video from AWS Re:Invent 2013 where Ashesh Badani talks about the value and use cases of PaaS and the past and present of OpenShift.
This talk provides an overview of OpenShift, Red Hat's Platform as a Service and a deep dive into deploying OpenShift using Heat, OpenStack's template language, and includes a live demonstration of Heat technologies to deploy and autoscale OpenShift using repeatable orchestration templates.
This video describes how to use the HEAT API to deploy OpenShift Origin on OpenStack.
For more information, visit: http://openshift.github.io/
This short video demonstrates how to clone an application from the production environment complete with Jenkins continuous integration on OpenShift in a matter of minutes. Learn more about OpenShift product options.
In this video, OpenShift evangelist Steve Citron-Pousty begins by explaining PaaS and its benefits to developers. Next, he demonstrates how quick and easy it is to create a Wordpress application on OpenShift with an instant application in the web console, and then creates an application through the command line using Python.
To learn more about OpenShift and PaaS, visit https://www.openshift.com/products
OpenShift is an open source Platform as a Service which is built on a collection of technologies including Puppet and MCollective. In this video from PuppetConf 2013, Matt Hicks, Director of Engineering, OpenShift, explains our usage of Puppet on projects like OpenShift Origin which uses Vagrant and Puppet and also covers our usage of MCollective to orchestrate events across a volatile infrastructure environment.
Get more information at https://www.openshift.com/products/origin or check out documentation on Installing OpenShift Origin using Vagrant and Puppet.
Node and MongoDB are a killer combination, providing powerful tools for quickly managing, storing, and querying collections of extensible JSON data objects with no data tranformation or SQL translations required.
Watch this screencast to see how to easily get started, or refer to the blog post, Introducing MongoDB on Node.js.
Steve Citron-Pousty, developer-evangelist on the OpenShift team, talks to Barton George about OpenShift, what PaaS is, and how developers can benefit from it.
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