OpenShift from Red Hat Ready to Go After Two Years of Beta

Over at IT World, Joab Jackson reports that Red Hat has launched OpenShift–a platform as a service (PaaS) product that utilizes multiple languages to run applications in a hosted environment.

OpenShift provides a platform to develop and run applications built with Java, Ruby, PHP, Python, Node.js or Perl, and that run on databases such as MySQL and MongoDB. Users can incorporate lifecycle management tools such as Maven, Git and Jenkins. Users can also deploy their own software tools in cartridges, which is Red Hat’s name for the packaging the application needs to work within OpenShift.

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