The update comes three months after Red Hat first launched OpenShift Enterprise, which is designed to be installed on-premise within customer data centers, or their private, public or hybrid clouds. The product was launched just a few months after Red Hat outlined the roadmap for its OpenShift PaaS.
OpenShift Enterprise is an enterprise-ready PaaS product from Red Hat that is designed to be installed on-premise within customer datacenters or private, public or hybrid clouds.
The product enables customers to streamline and standardize developer workflows, helping to accelerate IT service delivery so that they can better support business demands.
“We believe the open, flexible and easy-to-use platform we’ve built with OpenShift gives developers a top-notch experience and are excited that the industry is recognizing its capabilities,” wrote Red Hat in the blog post.
OpenShift Enterprise is built on Red Hat technologies, including Red Hat Enterprise Linux, JBoss Enterprise Application Platform and OpenShift Origin.
OpenShift Enterprise 1.1 features a fully supported developer console that lets users deploy applications via a web browser, in addition to OpenShift Enterprise’s rich CLI and Eclipse IDE interfaces.
Red Hat is now offering its newly published reference architecture, Deploying and Managing a Private PaaS with OpenShift Enterprise.
The report instructs readers on how to deploy a distributed OpenShift Enterprise environment and how they can use it to build and deploy applications.
OpenShift Enterprise 1.1 is now available to all subscribing customers in North America, the United Kingdom and Continental Europe.
The OpenShift portfolio was also recently named a winner in the “Best Platform-as-a-Service” category of The Cloud Awards 2013 program, beating out five competing platforms.
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