Happy August everyone! Wow it’s been hot in Europe – over 40°C where we are! Don’t worry, we’ve got some awesome news to cool you down. Last month, we featured some amazing articles and we had a look at the most interesting news that went live. Let’s have a look!
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week, we published a new double issue of JAX Magazine, interviewed Red Hat’s Martin Klaus, learned about Jakarta EE 8’s release date, and lots more. Let’s have a look.
Red Hat recently released container platform OpenShift 4. We caught up with Martin Klaus, Senior Director Red Hat Cloud Platforms, and asked what’s new in the latest version of the enterprise Kubernetes platform and how it differs from other solutions. We also asked about other OpenShift projects like OpenShift Online, OpenShift.io and OpenShift Origin.
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week, we had an important update on the Jakarta EE negotiations between Oracle and The Eclipse Foundation which appears to have hit a roadblock.
Red Hat announced OpenShift 4, the first major release in four years! The latest version of OpenShift comes with Kubernetes at its core and universal cloud-like experience. Let’s have a look.
Eclipse Che 6 is here and it adds OpenShift support [in addition to Docker], which means that you can deploy it on different flavors of OpenShift. However, that’s not the only important news: the work on providing a new SPI is also a meaningful improvement. Let’s see what’s under the hood of version 6.0.
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Hang on to your hats and stand by for launch into the Clouds – how to get your first OpenShift based application deployed in minutes!
CenturyLink-owned Saavis follow IBM to newly-formed advisory board for Pivotals PaaS, with more on the way.
Docker-powered, Heroku-inspired indie project gets green light after reaching $75,000 target.
The Linux experts cloud platform has received an enterprise update to put it on the same footing as the open source offering.
There are so many Java Cloud Platforms on the market today: CloudFoundry, CloudBees, Google App Engine, OpenShift, Heroku, and Oracle Java Cloud Service. How can you possibly choose? Fortunately, Khanderao Kand is on hand to help in this JAXConf 2013 presentation. He’ll compare the various platforms through examples, and give you an idea of what key factors to look for when selecting the right cloud platform for your application. Filmed by Marakana – www.marakana.com
JAX Editor Chris Mayer catches a few words with OpenShift Evangelist Steve Citron-Pousty to talk about Red Hat’s Platform-as-a-Service, why it has taken a polyglot approach and developer concerns over security. Note: this was filmed just before OpenShift came out of beta.
Following two years of beta testing, Red Hat decide to roll out premium support for their public cloud platform.