OpenShift is a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) product from Red Hat, Inc., a leading open source technology software outfit based in Raleigh, North Carolina. OpenShift is both a cloud platform and a free application that you can run on your hardware.
Red Hat has announced that OpenShift, an enterprise-ready PaaS product designed to be installed on-premise within customer datacenters or private, public or hybrid clouds, is now available. OpenShift can be used to streamline and standardize developer workflows, facilitating and increasing IT service delivery velocity, which in turn affects the productivity of businesses.
i and my two friends are doing a project on cloud computing using ubuntu enterprise cloud(uec).
we are planing to develop a private cloud infrastructure
we installed the cloud controller,node controller in two different pcs
now we are in a confusion how to install something in the cloud controller.
so that we can get it in the software center of the interface in the client.
gone through the uec
Me and my two friends are doing a project on cloud computing. Our main aim is to build a private cloud using Ubuntu cloud enterprise. We installed the cloud controller and the node controller, we installed the interface that could be seen in the client also.
Cloud computing is one of today’s largest market opportunities. According to Saugatuck Technology, by 2016, 75 percent or more of new enterprise IT spending will be on cloud-based or hybrid technologies.
Red Hat’s OpenShift platform-as-a-service started as a hosted solution for developers. It was, ostensibly, Red Hat dipping its toe into the platform-as-a-service waters. It proved successful enough to keep going. In keeping with Red Hat’s open source ethos, the product was released as an open source project called OpenShift Origin.
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