Using the automation technologies and cloud architecture of OpenShift Enterprise to standardize and streamline developer workflows, IT organizations can provision quickly, build efficiently, and get apps to market faster.
Developers can quickly and easily create applications on demand directly from the tools they use most. Operators can leverage placement and policy to orchestrate environments that meet their best practices.
Developers have the choice and the ability to run multiple languages, frameworks, and databases on the same platform. Allows customers to more easily take advantage of the Docker eco-system.
OpenShift provides an immutable, container-based platform based on Docker to deploy and run applications and microservices.
OpenShift automates application builds, deployments, scaling, health management and more leveraging integrated components from Kubernetes.
OpenShift allows platform architects the choice to incorporate persistence into their application component while still be able to offer stateless cloud native design.
Software defined networking found in OpenShift allow operators to leverage OpenvSwitch or plug into an existing investment. In either case, OpenShift offers real IP services to dynamic end points across the PaaS platform.
Developers can create and manage applications utilizing a rich set of command-line tools, a powerful multi-device web console, or an Eclipse-based Integrated Development Environment such as JBoss® Developer Studio.
Built with proven open source technologies from established communities. OpenShift Enterprise is built around a core of application containers powered by Docker, with orchestration and management provided by Kubernetes, on a foundation of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Built around a standardized container model powered by Docker. Which means that any application created on OpenShift can easily run anywhere that supports docker.
Unlike some legacy platforms, collaboration on OpenShift is unobstructed by bloated process. Developers can easily add or remove team members to a project.
Which means true transparency instead of some of those "Open Core" choices out there. It's not just with source code either, that includes best practices.
Enables applications to be scaled easily to handle increased traffic and demand on the applications.
OpenShift provides customers with the choice to run on top of physical or virtual, public or private cloud, and even hybrid cloud infrastructure. This gives IT the freedom to deploy OpenShift Enterprise in a way that best fits within the existing infrastructure.
OpenShift Enterprise 3 is built around a core of application containers powered by Docker, with orchestration and management provided by Kubernetes, on a foundation of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Developers can easily and quickly develop applications using either the web console, command-line interface (CLI), or integrated development environment (IDE).
The developer can push code to be built and run on OpenShift through their software version control solution or OpenShift can be integrated with a developer's own automated build and continuous integration/continuous deployment system.
OpenShift then orchestrates where application containers will run and manages the the application to ensure it's available for end users.
With your app running in the cloud you can monitor, debug, and tune on the fly. Experience a surge in web traffic? Scale your application automatically or allocate capacity ahead of time.
OpenShift was recognized by InfoWorld as one of 2015’s best tools and technologies for developers, IT professionals, and businesses.
OpenShift was the only PaaS offering — and one of the only open source offerings — to receive the award, emerging as the top PaaS offering in InfoWorld's testing. InfoWorld lauded OpenShift for its ability to support high application densities and standard continuous integration.
OpenShift provides a wide range of languages and services, deployed as containers. Containers can be web frameworks or stateful services such as databases and messaging services and can connect to external backends.
OpenShift 3 allows you to take advantage of a large community of Docker formatted linux containers. From the Red Hat Certified Containers to community registries such as Docker Hub or on-premise corporate implementations, OpenShift's ability to work directly with the docker API helps it unlock a new world of content for your developers.