Red Hat Announces OpenShift.io

May 16, 2017

Red Hat takes its IDE online.

Red Hat has created a cloud native developer tool called OpenShift.io, announced at Red Hat Summit, Boston.

The platform is based on Kubernetes, a Linux Foundation-hosted open source project. Built from Eclipse Che, fabric8, and Jenkins technologies, OpenShift.io provides developers with application development tools and the environments they need.

According to Red Hat, “OpenShift.io, combined with OpenShift Online, provides an integrated approach to DevOps, including all the tools a team needs to analyze, plan, create and deploy services.”

The platform was created for team collaboration and offers real-time stack analysis, which helps development teams better detect critical vulnerabilities and uncommon usage patterns.

OpenShift.io enables developers to use the entire platform without a requirement to install anything locally, and their applications are built into Linux containers by default.

OpenShift.io also includes a free subscription to the Red Hat Developer Program, a no-cost Red Hat Enterprise Linux developer subscription, Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Middleware, and other Red Hat technologies. OpenShift.io is available in a limited developer preview.

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