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Red Hat OpenShift Enterprise PaaS Gets New Developer Console

February 20, 2013 No Comments

Since launch day in November, Red Hat‘s (NYSE: RHT) OpenShift Enterprise PaaS has gained momentum with developers and has even earned some awards in the cloud computing space. Now Red Hat has updated the PaaS with a fully supported developer console designed to make it easier for developers to do application deployment.

The release of OpenShift Enterprise 1.1 follows up on other 2012 launches around PaaS, including the original launch of OpenShift Enterprise in November and Red Hat’s announcement of on-premise PaaS offerings last May. Designed for on-premise deployment to be deployed within an enterprise’s private, public or hybrid cloud environment, OpenShift is built on open source technologies such as Red Hat Enterprise,JBoss Enterprise Application Platform and OpenShift Origin.

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