JBUG Neuchatel - October 19th 2011 - OpenShift, the Red Hat cloud offering !

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    Title

    Introduction to OpenShift, the Red Hat Cloud offering

    Date

    October 19th 2011

    Location

    Red Hat Switzerland

    Place Numa Droz 2

    2000 Neuchatel

    See how to reach us here.

    Abstract

    During this presentation we will go through OpenShift and show how one can host PHP, or Java EE applications on the cloud (for free).

    The hosted environment supports Java, PHP, Ruby, Pythin and Perl so far.

    After a brief introduction to OpenShift Express and Flex, we will demo and explain how to use those services.

    If people in the audience have a laptop with them, we can also go throught the steps together, so bring your laptop just in case !

    Audience

    *Anyone*, customer, developer, student, passionate ? Please join us and let's see how the content can fit the audience. Too technical ? We will adapt. Too intro level ? We will adapt. Please come and let us know what you are looking for.

    Bio

    Most of the developers in the Neuchatel Office work on JBoss projects, they have been working for JBoss for a couple of years and have expertise in various projects (Infinispan (Datagrid), JBoss Tools (Eclipse tooling), GateIN (Portal), JBoss AS, JBoss Web, Mod cluster, ...). Most of them will be around.

    Agenda

    6:00pm - 6:10pm: JBUG Neuchatel Quickie - Thomas Heute

    6:10pm - 6:30pm: Introduction to OpenShift - Max Rydahl Andersen

    6:30pm - 7:00pm: Get started on the cloud, live demos of using OpenShift Express to create new applications for script languages (such as PHP) - Max Rydahl Andersen

    7:00pm - 7:10pm: Break - Socializing/Networking

    7:10pm - 8:00pm: Live demos of using OpenShift Express to deploy JavaEE applications on the cloud with explanations about using a database - Thomas Heute

    8:00pm - ......: Socializing/Networking

    Registration

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