OpenShift Primary Use Case

Sylvain Déjardin
TechOps Engineer - Middleware & Containers specialist at EBRC -European Business Reliance Centre
Used for multiple environments and clients. Providing details is not possible due to NDA constraints. This main purpose of this kind of Platform is a Production grade Environment where Data Protection and Release Management is managed by the Service Provider. View full review »
TomazBorstnar
Director and Head of IT at a non-tech company
In short, OpenShift is about running and developing applications in a very efficient manner without the need to mess with virtual machines and other environments. Longer version: OpenShift is a system for developing and running container-based applications. It uses Kubernetes for the orchestration and deployment, but it is much more than that. With excellent self-provisioning capabilities, it helps power users (developers and administrators) to do their jobs in the shortest time possible. If applications are built with the best practices for cloud or on-premise deployment, they will run well. Such setup saves time and hardware resources by being optimized from the start. Security is also an important part of this solution. By default, things are running with limited privileges and securely confined to their own resources. This way, different users and projects can all use the same infrastructure. View full review »
Dmitrii Mostovshchikov
System Installation Solution Department Manager
OpenShift is a primary tool in my daily work and in the project I have been working on in recent years – TV streaming services used widely in the U.S. and outside. OpenShift is used for intensive DevOps and running pieces of the project adhering to the microservices architecture. The project's architecture includes physical servers in tens of datacenters. OpenShift plays a central role in developing, testing, and running specific software. View full review »
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Swaraj Bhoi
User with 10,001+ employees
We have a PaaS solution built on OpenShift with more templates and shared services for a containerized application environment. So, the solution built will be using PaaS that is built on Openshift and hosted in a hybrid PaaS (dedicated & AWS) for building, deploying, and managing microservices-based applications. We will be using many features of OpenShift for scalability, availability, and security (TLS/OAuth, IdAM integration). View full review »
Miguel Demaerel
System Engineer at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
The OpenShift environment will be used by medical applications. This environment is still in the development/QA phase. View full review »
Antonio Cortina
Senior Systems Analyst at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Migration of old and custom APIs and development environments, for both internal and client-facing use. This migration has been going on for two and half years now. It is a rather large endeavour. I would estimate we have another six to nine months ahead. View full review »
Kenny Chong
Technical Consultant at a logistics company with 10,001+ employees
Migrate to microservices. View full review »
Abdelfattah Ragab
Senior Software Engineer at a healthcare company
Java and WildFly. View full review »
Pramod
Research And Development Engineer at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
We were running many of our products on OpenShift. View full review »
Associate2fc
Associate Consultant at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
I am using OpenShift as a container platform to host various applications in a containerized environment. View full review »
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