OpenShift Developer Spotlight: Rajeev Reddy

OpenShift Developer Spotlight: Rajeev Reddy

Learn more about Rajeev Reddy and his app, Audio Fingerprint in this developer spotlight entry. Audio Fingerprint is a song comparison platform that uses audio fingerprinting to distinguish between two music files for music recommendation/music differentiation or simple visualization. In a future version, the app will allow users to upload their own files.

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OpenShift Developer Spotlight: Kamesh Tagore

OpenShift Developer Spotlight: Kamesh Tagore

Our Developer Spotlight this week features Kamesh Tagore, developer of Bee Tube, a Free Android mobile application to watch videos. The videos are hand picked from other video sharing websites and categorized under meaningful titles to better help users find what they are looking for. Kamesh says his motivation to create the app was for users to ‘Stop searching and start watching.’

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How to Add MySQL Databases to JBoss Data Virtualization Instances

How to Add MySQL Databases to JBoss Data Virtualization Instances

JBoss Data Virtualization allows you to access data from multiple, heterogeneous data sources. The sources can then be transformed and combined into reusable views for consumption by your applications. This post shows how to add a MySQL database to a JBoss Data Virtualization instance on OpenShift online and load sample data. Once created, the MySQL source can be joined with any other sources using JBoss Data Virtualization.

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Cloud Connections: How to Use OpenShift with External Databases

The OpenShift Platform as a Service (PaaS) makes it easy to spin up a database alongside your hosted web application, but you can also choose to use the platform with your existing storage solution. In this blog post, I will demonstrate how to call out to databases that reside off the PaaS. The focus will be on PostgreSQL, MySQL, MongoDB and Oracle databases, but the same technique can be used for a host of other DBs.

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