You've got your OpenShift on my Jenkins! No, you've got your Jenkins on my OpenShift!! Argue it how you'd like, but that's exactly how it works and its going to help you build quality processes into your Web Applications ...
... Red Hat's free Platform as a Service: Then we developed a basic contact manager web application, combining Java and Scala source code in the same Play 2 application, and deployed it on Openshift. With this quickstart ...
The ideal thing, and that's what we did with the Play 1.x quickstart and with the latest version of Openshift module for Play Framework 1.x, would be to just upload our sources and then let Openshift download and install Play, ...
It seems that almost all the major Platform as a Service providers offer some kind of free plan. I thought to share a few of them for others to see and benefit. They are especially useful if you are trying to learn a new technology and try out different service providers.
Troubleshooting Openshift With the do-it-yourself application type you really get a lot of freedom to support almost any framework or server that can be built and run on a linux box. But you do have to make your homework, and do some research.
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