Newest Release Includes WebSockets, Port-Forwarding, and More - Archived

2012 is almost over, but there’s still time for one last upgrade to OpenShift!

Although, we’ve been busy with OpenShift Enterprise, we have some goodies for online users in this release. In particular, one of our most requested features – WebSockets, is now available as a beta preview. To use this feature just direct your request to http://app-dom.rhcloud.com:8000/ or https://app-dom.rhcloud.com:8443/

The reason it’s in beta preview is because we’d ultimately like to not require the different ports for web-socket features.2012 is almost over, but there’s still time for one last upgrade to OpenShift!

Although, we’ve been busy with OpenShift Enterprise, we have some goodies for online users in this release. In particular, one of our most requested features – WebSockets, is now available as a beta preview. To use this feature just direct your request to http://app-dom.rhcloud.com:8000/ or https://app-dom.rhcloud.com:8443/

The reason it’s in beta preview is because we’d ultimately like to not require the different ports for web-socket features. For more details on how WebsSckets works, check out Marek’s post about WebSockets on PaaS.

We’ve also made some vast improvements to the port-forwarding interface in the CLI tools and there’s also a better login page for everyone to check out.

As with every release, it’s a good idea to update your client tools. To do so, execute:

sudo gem update rhc

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