Transcript of "AMD Fusion12 Developer Summit: Introducing Red Hat OpenShift"
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Scale or Fail : Introducing OpenShift Give your App the Speed It Needs in the Cloud Mark Atwood Red Hat, Inc Developer Evangelist for OpenShift| 2 Presentation Title | Month ##, 2012
What is OpenShift?| 3 Presentation Title | Month ##, 2012 Introducing OpenShift | June 12, 2012
OpenShift is Platform-as-a-Service Red Hat Free Open Source Cloud Hosted Polyglot Auto Scaling For Your Applications 4 Introducing OpenShift | June 12, 2012
OpenShift is Platform-as-a-Service Networking “stuff” Operating System Web Server App Server Database Servers Language Runtime Language Libraries Updates & Upgrades Scaling 5 Introducing OpenShift | June 12, 2012
OpenShift is Red Hat Trusted Rock Solid Affordable Open 6 Introducing OpenShift | June 12, 2012
OpenShift is Open Source OpenShift Origin Business friendly Apache v2 license No signed contributor agreement Open community process github.com/openshift openshift.com/community/open-source 7 Introducing OpenShift | June 12, 2012
OpenShift is Cloud Hosted 8 Introducing OpenShift | June 12, 2012
OpenShift is Polyglot Java Node.js PHP Python Ruby Perl “DIY” 9 Introducing OpenShift | June 12, 2012
OpenShift is Free “Developer Preview” $0 Pricing coming soon Continuing Free Tier 10 Introducing OpenShift | June 12, 2012
OpenShift is Auto Scaling 5 2 111 Introducing OpenShift | June 12, 2012
OpenShift is for YOUR Applications12 Introducing OpenShift | June 12, 2012
Demo OpenShift|13 Presentation Title | Month ##, 2012 Introducing OpenShift | June 12, 2012
Demo OpenShift Sign-up Install client Your namespace Create an app Use Git GitHub Quickstarts 14 Introducing OpenShift | June 12, 2012
PowerPoint 2011 AMD Color Palette OPENSHIFT RED PMS 1795 R205 G32 B44 OPENSHIFT GRAY PMS 7 R54 G53 B52 RED HAT RED PMS 1797 R204 G0 B0 AMD AMD WHITE AMD GREEN AMD GRAY AMD RED AMD PURPLE AMD ORANGE AMD GRAY INTEL BLUE RICH BLACK R255 PMS 347 R27 PMS 186 PMS 272 PMS 1505 Cool Gray 10 R8 R0 G0 B0 G255 R0 G27 R211 R118 R252 R128 G96 B255 G153 B27 G25 G125 G101 G127 B168 B102 B25 B197 B0 B130 27 Introducing OpenShift | June 12, 2012
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