Build a PaaS with OpenShift Origin – SCaLE11x2013

Public and private cloud offerings are enabling innovations to help make life easier for developers. In this session you’ll learn how to build your own Platform as a Service (PaaS), with the open source code (OpenShift Origin) Red Hat uses to power its OpenShift Online. OpenShift is a free, auto-scaling PaaS based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux and built on top on Amazon EC2. We will cover some of the basic pieces of the architecture, what we do with Linux kernel "magic" and SELinux, and how you can run it yourself. Resources for getting started will pointed out and referenced. We are also looking for active members to help us improve our community – everyone from doc writers to developers to unit testers are welcome.

(Full Story: http://www.slideshare.net/scitronpousty/build-your-own-paas-using-openshift-origin )

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