2018-04-02T10:24:00Z

What is your primary use case for OpenShift?


How do you or your organization use this solution?

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Our primary use case is to move applications to OpenShift in order to remove legacy solutions.

2020-05-06T07:44:00Z
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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).

2019-07-04T11:48:00Z
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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.

2018-04-02T10:24:00Z
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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.

2018-04-02T10:24:00Z
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