November 18, 2014
The next interview in my series from Dell World features Julio Tapia of Red Hat. Julio is a global director for Red Hat’s platform as a service, OpenShift.
I got Julio to give me a quick overview of OpenShift, where Dell plays and what they are planning going forward.
Some of the ground Julio covers
- Who is OpenShift targeted at and how does it benefit developers
- The three flavors: Online (Public PaaS), Enterprise (Private PaaS) and Origin (Community PaaS)
- How Dell is working with OpenShift and the DevOps in a Box they both announced
- The role Docker plays
- What’s in store for next year and how their work with Google and Kubernetes will help ISVs
Pau for now…
August 22, 2013
Last but not least in my series of video from last month’s OSCON is an interview I did with Steve Citron-Pousty, Developer Evangelist for Red Hat’s OpenShift PaaS.
Take a listen to what the ever-entertaining Steve CP has to say:
Note: As with my interview with Neil of Inktank, I used Youtube’s feature that is supposed to fix an unsteady camera and the result gives the video a hallucinogenic feel (witness the slightly undulating stairs).
Some of the ground Steve covers:
- What is OpenShift and Platform as a Service? How is OpenShift different from other PaaSs?
- OpenShift is “polyglottal:” it supports PHP, Perl, Python, Ruby, Node js and Java (with Java you get JBoss and Tomcat). It also supports MySQL, Postgres and MongoDB right out of the box.
- How they work with APIs and how APIs allow devs to create “situational apps.”
- Steve’s Crystal Ball time: in 3-5 years all developers will be using a PaaS (witness their wins with Ebay/PayPal, Accenture and DoD) + Git + a NoSQL data store.
Reference — The rest of my OSCON interviews:
- Blog: Krishnan Subramanian: Making the Move to OpenShift
- ZDnet: Red Hat opens OpenShift PaaS cloud for business
Pau for now…