Hi,

We are starting a new section related to OpenShift here :

Want to create a web-site ?? Worried about cost and maintenance of Server, Database or other middleware components ?? The solution is Cloud ..

Yes, it is all possible now. Proponents claim that cloud computing allows enterprises to get their applications up and running faster, with improved manageability and less maintenance, and enables IT to more rapidly adjust resources to meet fluctuating and unpredictable business demand.

And here we are going to discuss about Openshift. OpenShift is a cloud computing platform as a service product from Red Hat. Developers can use Git to deploy web applications in different languages on the platform.

Uniquely, OpenShift also supports binary programs that are web applications, so long as they can run on RHEL Linux. This allows the use of arbitrary languages and frameworks.
OpenShift takes care of maintaining the services underlying the application and scaling the application as needed. It supports Node.js, Ruby, Python, PHP, Perl, Java language environments.

So lets start the journey towards cloud 🙂

  1. OpenShift : Getting Started !!
  2. Creating and Deleting domain in Openshift
  3. Deploy custom application on OpenShift
  4. JDBC lookup on Cloud database using Openshift
  5. How to connect to Openshift Server from command line ?
  6. Achieving Separate application level logging in OpenShift using Log4j On JBossAS7
  7. How to manage SSH keys on OpenShift
  8. Install and Run Tomcat on Openshift
  9. Port-Forwarding on OpenShift
  10. Web Aliasing in OpenShift
  11. Continuous Integration on OpenShift using Jenkins
  12. Application Monitoring using MongoDB Monitoring Service (MMS) on Openshift
  13. Scheduling timed jobs using cron on Openshift
  14. How to achieve high availability on Openshift ?
  15. Integrate your Eclipse Juno IDE with Openshift
  16. JBoss AS 7 Clustering on OpenShift

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