New Online Features for May 2013

A new version of OpenShift online has been pushed out. There’s been a lot of prep work leading up to the new cartridge format but also lots of bug fixes. For example, scale up events should be faster than before. As always with a new release if you have any issues please let us know […]

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New Online Features for March 2013

Another great new release headed your way. First, make sure you’ve got the new client tools. You can follow the directions here New token-based authentication support for RHC client tools With those new client tools you can now use token based support when authenticating. That means being able to use the rhc tools multiple times […]

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New Online Features for February 2013

I know what you’re thinking, “Didn’t OpenShift Online just have a release two weeks ago?” The answer is yes. Yes we did. We don’t sit around celebrating and eating a pizza after a release. No. We celebrate by making another release. So, what’s going into this release? Default Scaling Parameter One of the big changes […]

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New Online Features for January 2013

Red Hat is pleased to announce a new release of the OpenShift Online service: Tomcat 7 is Now Supported Tomcat 7 is now available via the jbossews-2.0 cartridge. To give it a try just run the following: $ rhc app create myapp jbossews-2.0 JBoss EAP 6.0.1 is Now supported After that you’re all set. Also […]

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How To Host Quake 2 For Free on OpenShift

We’ve been adding a lot of great features to OpenShift lately but we’ve also been working on some cool demos behind the scenes. The OpenShift operations team loves this cloud stuff and we love pushing it to its limits. We’ve also got a few gamers on hand, so with that in mind we worked to […]

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Important Changes to OpenShift’s Directory Layout Structure

To support future features of the OpenShift platform, changes have been made to the layout of the directories within a gear.  Where your application was stored in a directory named after your application it is now stored under the name of the cartridge you are deploying.  The Jenkins’ build configurations are being updated to reflect […]

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New OpenShift Release – September 18, 2012

Happy to announce a new version of OpenShift shipping today. There’s lots of bug fixes and some code re-factoring of our client tools so make sure to download the latest version:sudo gem update rhc Some of the command options have also changed and we’re moving to make things easier to call without flags. For example […]

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