Central Log Management in OpenShift Enterprise

Starting with version 2.1, OpenShift Enterprise supports central log management for the whole environment. Everything from OpenShift components themselves (eg. the Broker application) to applications running on the platform. Metrics for gears and applications, including custom cartridge and application metrics, can also be centrally collected as part of that process. This gives you the ability […]

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OpenShift Developer Spotlight: Doug Garrett

OpenShift Developer Spotlight: Doug Garrett

Our developer spotlight this week features Doug Garrett and his application, Rate a Meeting which provide attendees of a meeting with a quick and easy way to rate the meeting on a scale from 1-5 to give the presenter feedback. The app was created using bootstrap, and MongoDB, Express, AngularJS, and Node.js (MEAN stack.)

Doug says the motivation for creating the app came from a quote by Dave Barry, “If you had to identify, in one word, the reason why the human race has not achieved, and never will achieve, its full potential, that word would be ‘meetings'” and the fact that he wanted to create an app using MEAN stack.

Learn more about Doug as a developer and check out his app in our application gallery.

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OpenShift Developer Spotlight: Ritesh Kumar

OpenShift Developer Spotlight: Ritesh Kumar

This developer spotlight entry features Ritesh Kumar and his application iShare that provides tutorials regarding various cutting edge technologies like Node.js, Mongo DB, Restify.js, and more using Ghost. Tutorials can be easily created based on topic and others can create posts, ask questions, and receive feedback.

Ritesh created this app because he wanted to be able to create a blogging platform based on Node.js and he found Ghost, which can be deployed on OpenShift. Learn more about Ritesh as a developer and check out his application.

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OpenShift Developer Spotlight: Sorin Iclanzan

OpenShift Developer Spotlight: Sorin Iclanzan

This week’s developer spotlight features Sorin Iclanzan, a developer using OpenShift who created SongPane, a live performance companion tool for musicians using Node.js, WebSocket, MongoDB, and CouchDB. It allows musicians to store and search through lyrics and chords, providing real-time synchronization between band members on any and all devices. Sorin says the motivation for the app came from his own needs as a musician, “It basically replaces the binder that so many live performers carry around.”

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