OpenShift PAAS by Red Hat For Open Source Developers

What is Open Shift?

Open Shift is the Red hat version of Platform as a service(PAAS).

 Open Shift is designed for open source developers to implement their applications in the cloud.

Here is a quick overview of the account types and their features.

  Express(Free) Flex
Languages and Frameworks Ruby: Rails, Sinatra Ruby: Rails, Sinatra
  Python:  Pylons, Pylons, Django Python:  Pylons, Pylons, Django
  Perl: PerlDancer  
  PHP: Zend,Cake,Symfony,CodeIgniter PHP: Zend,Cake,Symfony,CodeIgniter
  Java: EE6,CDI/Weld,Spring,Seam Java: EE6,CDI/Weld,Spring,Seam
Databases MySQL MySQL
  SQLite MongoDB
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Red hat is planning to launch Open Shift  Power soon that enable developers to  deploy  applications that are written Linux based languages.(i.e. C, C++ or anything that builds in Linux). This gives develops the freedom of using completely custom architectures or standard n-tier deployments.

Power can deploy applications which have no web front-end (e.g. trading systems, modeling systems, payment processing, client-server, messaging apps, etc). Power has an image configuration system, a scripting template system, an image library for re-using template, and a way to dynamically define multi-VM architectures that span clouds.

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