In a recent report titled, “The Benefits and Significance of Private Platform as a Service” sponsored by Red Hat, IDC’s group vice president of Application Development and Deployment, Stephen Hendrick noted, “Red Hat's private PaaS does an effective job of mitigating security concerns while allowing enterprises to maintain high application densities and utilization rates and improve developer productivity. These characteristics enable OpenShift Enterprise to provide an optimal combination of security and efficiency at exactly the right time.” 1OpenShift Enterprise 1.2 includes several new features, including:
- A brand new cartridge design and specification to complement the cartridge infrastructure within OpenShift: This new feature enables OpenShift Enterprise customers and partners to make additional technology services available to developers in a self-service fashion. In June, Red Hat announced the new cartridge specification and collaboration with OpenShift ecosystem partners to enable tighter integration with complementary partners including 10gen, Codenvy, Correlsense, EnterpriseDB, Iron.io, MongoLab, New Relic, OC Systems, and Zend. OpenShift Enterprise 1.2 brings the new cartridge specification and these partner capabilities to Red Hat's on-premise private PaaS customers.
- In addition to the cartridges, OpenShift Enterprise 1.2 offers the added ability to create Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) subdomains and take advantage of WebSocket for additional networking support, enabling customers and developers to implement cloud solutions that focus on the code and accelerate their applications’ time to market.
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