Announcing Red Hat OpenShift.io

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Announcing Red Hat OpenShift.io

Mike Guerette
Red Hat

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OpenShift.io: A Free, End-to-End Cloud-Native Development Experience

Dear RedHat,

We are excited to announce Red Hat OpenShift.io, a free, end-to-end development experience optimized for creating cloud-native, container-based applications, and wanted to share the key details with you. We’ve got all the details and sign-up button at https://openshift.io.

What is it?
OpenShift.io enables digital transformation with an end-to-end application development environment, requires no installation, and addresses: ideation, planning, coding, testing, collaboration, release management, issue tracking, and feedback.

How’s it made:
Combining the innovations of several open source projects, including fabric8, Jenkins, WildFly Swarm, Vert.x, Eclipse Che, and of course, OpenShift, Red Hat OpenShift.io delivers application development tools in an environment needed to help organizations maintain relevancy in a digitally transforming marketplace.

Who’s it for?
OpenShift.io is designed for development teams. Whether locally or spread globally, teams can more effectively collaborate and create containerized, microservices-based solutions that can be continuously be deployed to hybrid cloud environments.

What’s included:
Red Hat OpenShift.io includes tools for:

  • Team Collaboration
  • Agile Planning
  • Developer Workspace Management
  • Application Coding and Testing
  • Runtime Stack Analysis
  • Continuous Integration and Delivery

Availability
OpenShift.io will be available in a limited developer preview. Learn more and/or sign up at https://openshift.io.


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