We recently completed setting up a proof-of-concept platform-as-a-service (PaaS) based on RedHat’s OpenShift Origin.

The client wanted to trial a PaaS setup without fear of releasing their application source code to the wider world, so RedHat’s own OpenShift hosted service was out of the question! As such, we set up a CentOS-based server running OpenShift Origin for their internal network. Noone outside can use or even see the service, so their testing and source remains under tight control.

The process of setting up an OpenShift server isn’t well documented so it required a great deal of skill and understanding to complete the project, from initial testing through to delivery, in only three days. Quite an effort, but well worth the end result.

If you’re interested in OpenShift, PaaS, or any of our other services, we’re only an email or phone call away! Please do get in touch!

Awyr set up a private OpenShift Origin server

Written by Jonathon, categorised as case-study, 9 July 2013