Red Hat OpenShift Origin
What is OpenShift Origin?
OpenShift Origin is the open source upstream of OpenShift, the next generation application hosting platform developed by Red Hat. Also known as Platform-as-a-Service, OpenShift takes care of infrastructure, middleware, and management so that you can focus on your app.
OpenShift Origin includes support for a wide variety of language runtimes and data layers including Java EE6, Ruby, PHP, Python, Perl, MongoDB, MySQL, and PostgreSQL.
Looking for geard?
geard is a command-line client and agent for integrating and linking Docker containers into systemd across multiple hosts. It is the core of the next generation of OpenShift Origin.
Try out OpenShift Origin
ON YOUR NETWORK
Want to deploy OpenShift Origin into your network? install.openshift.com is your one-stop, one-command deployment utility. Give it a try!
ON YOUR LAPTOP
Want to hit the ground running with a pre-built, all-in-one OpenShift system? Download an image suitable for running on a VM. The image will work on KVM, VirtualBox or VMWare. You can read more about the Origin VM in the VM Deployment Guide.
You can also build your own machine using Puppet or follow the comprehensive guide and deploy OpenShift Origin manually
You can try out OpenShift for free with OpenShift Online. Just sign up for an OpenShift Online account and create your first application in minutes
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