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DC Cloud Joint Event

From: Isaac C.
Sent on: Tuesday, May 8, 2012 9:23 AM


In October, we hosted Grant Shipley from Red Hat as he showed us how we could use the OpenShift PaaS solution host JBoss applications in the cloud.  Since that time a lot has changed as OpenShift has new features such as support for MongoDB and Jenkins.


The most exciting news about OpenShift is that Red Hat just recently open-sourced the code behind it - OpenShift Origin.  This means that you can host an OpenShift instance running in your own environment - even if your environment is a VirtualBox image on your laptop.

On Wednesday and Thursday, Grant Shipley returns to the DC area to give two more talks on OpenShift.

  • Wednesday, May 9 at 7:00 pm, Grant will give a talk on MongoDB, Openshift and mobile applications.  Details and RSVP information are available on the DC-JBug site -
  • Thursday May 10 at 6:30 pm, Grant will be presenting at DC Cloud about 'How to build your own PaaS with OpenShift'.   Details and RSVP information for DC Cloud are available at:






PS - Don't forget that on Thursday, the Columbia Maryland Java Users Group is also hosting a talk on JBoss Seam.  Details are also on the DC-JBUG site.

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