back to article Che tiara! Revolutionary cloud commune fitted for Red Hat developers

Enterprise Linux biz Red Hat, plated for consumption by IBM later this year, said on Tuesday that its containerized cloud development environment, Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces, has ripened to the point of general availability. CodeReady Workspaces offer enterprise devs running Red Hat's OpenShift container platform, either on- …

  1. Gene Cash Silver badge

    Glad IBM is buying RedHat

    Maybe Lennart Poettering will end up in line at the unemployment office.

    I hope he ends up on a street corner selling pencils out of a cup.

    Not that I'm bitter...

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: Glad IBM is buying RedHat

      I hope he ends up on a street corner selling pencils out of a cup.

      A street corner in Poughkeepsie, no less. Would have said Kingston, but no longer an IBM office there.

  2. Chairman of the Bored Silver badge

    I misread something

    My brain read OpenShift as OpenShaft. I'm from a coal mining company and open shafts lying around are bad juju. Very. Bad.

    1. druck

      Re: I misread something

      Unless a SystemD happens to fall down it, never to been seen again.

      1. Ima Ballsy
        Childcatcher

        Re: I misread something

        Then he is right, It's openshaft ...

  3. Bronek Kozicki Silver badge

    Reading on Eclipse Che Quick-Start it appears that this can be also deployed on "bare" docker or on K8s, so OpenShift is just another delivery platform. This is actually interesting, if I could use this locally on my work laptop (so no network latency in IDE).

  4. DCFusor Silver badge

    I've hated long and hard on systemd, and for good reasons we all seem to know....some of which are ongoing.

    But I finally learned how to make at least my own weird stuff work with (despite) it.

    Funny thing for me to say, but other stuff has risen out of the noise even more of late...

    It's all one in a way. While systemd claims to be more adaptable, it's not - what it's good for is just what red hat wants to sell - spinning up a zillion of the exact same thing, or a small number of different things. Even a big outfit may not have more things/platforms/whatever than my lan has!

    Don't worry, AWS will eat the world anyway....Red Hat + IBM == "let's tie these two rocks together and I bet they'll float NOW" at least in my mind. Glad to be out of a world where I have to care about either one.

POST COMMENT House rules

Not a member of The Register? Create a new account here.

  • Enter your comment

  • Add an icon

Anonymous cowards cannot choose their icon

Biting the hand that feeds IT © 1998–2019