OpenShift Origin now required Fedora 18 to install. An updated article which uses puppet and vagrant to create an Origin environment is available here.
Over the past few months, we have been working hard to get the experience of getting started with OpenShift Origin as easy and streamlined as possible. It’s been a fun challenge to bootstrap the project and introduce it to developers and ops looking to play, learn and help build an OpenSource PaaS.
This week, along […]
After reading a recent article about OpenShift, it seems that there is still some confusion about what OpenShift is and how it fits into the rest of the cloud landscape. In this post I will provide my opinion on the difference between IaaS and PaaS clouds and how the OpenShift platform addresses the requirements […]
Note: OpenShift Origin has recently moved to use Ruby 1.9 and Fedora 17. Following instructions on this post will no longer lead to a working Origin image. I am working on a new set of instructions of the latest release of Origin.
I have seen a growing interest in setting OpenShift Origin on OpenStack machines. […]
Dart is a new open-source web-programming language released by Google in October of 2011.
Dart looks like a really interesting language. It provides many useful programming primitives which […]
Note: This post is no longer valid. OpenShift Origin has recently moved to use Ruby 1.9 and Fedora 17. Please browse to the updated post