‘OpenShift Primer’ by Eric D. Schabell (Red Hat)
Are you tired of requesting a new development machine for your application? Are you sick of having to setup a new test environment for your application? Do you just want to focus on developing your application in peace without ‘dorking with the stack’ all of the time? We hear you. We have been there too. Have no fear, OpenShift is here! This book is all about getting you started, hands-on, with Red Hat OpenShift PaaS. It is developer focused, concentrating on getting you working on your code in the Cloud in the shortest amount of time. It is based on real world examples and covers all of the languages available to you in OpenShift.
Here’s what the author has to say about the book:
“It started a little over a year ago, the first talk that I coined the term ‘OpenShift Primer’ was given in Amsterdam. It was born from a need to get the general developer public up and running with Red Hat’s OpenShift Platform as a Service (Paas) project. Not just up and running as in getting it installed, but actually getting started coding with real projects…
It is not just about real development projects, but about focusing on JBoss related projects. You will find a lot of examples and quick-starts related to JBoss projects in the Java section as this might be my favorite open source software community to demonstrate enterprise ready solutions….
I tied into this over the following year by adding more and more quick-starts, howto’s and just plain fun examples to my github repository. This led to a few online articles and then a rather large talk in Boston called OpenShift State of the Union.”