Red Hat has goosed its locally deployable platform cloud to version 1.2, bringing a host of improvements. The upgrades to OpenShift Enterprise were announced on Wednesday, and see the company broaden the range of modifications possible for its application containers – which Red Hat rather charmingly calls "cartridges". …
Can someone please explain to me why
"Cloud allows you to do something you can already do" is news?
Re: Can someone please explain to me why
The answer depends on how many thousands of instances you run in your environment. Creating a functioning infrastructure of serious size requires quite a lot of analysis, programming and support time. Even if the packaged solution is not a perfect match, it is often more effective to use it and do only slight customizations to it rather than doing everything from scratch, you know?
Having said that, I don't know whether OpenShift PaaS is the platfom anyone can bet on, but I was responding in general to your ...insinu^h^h^h^h^h^hcomment.
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