as predicted @IBM @IBMDeveloperUK @IBM_UK_news @RedHatUK are ramping up the #ibmred opensource cloud #devops marketing
the latest giant in the cloud space – IBM & RedHat are now one #cloud
IBM (NYSE:IBM) and Red Hat announced today that they have closed the transaction under which IBM acquired all of the issued and outstanding common shares of Red Hat for $190.00 per share in cash, representing a total equity value of approximately $34 billion.
The acquisition redefines the cloud market for business. Red Hat’s open hybrid cloud technologies are now paired with the unmatched scale and depth of IBM’s innovation and industry expertise, and sales leadership in more than 175 countries. Together, IBM and Red Hat will accelerate innovation by offering a next-generation hybrid multicloud platform.
Based on open source technologies, such as Linux and Kubernetes, the platform will allow businesses to securely deploy, run and manage data and applications on-premises and on private and multiple public clouds.
IBM’s cloud revenue has grown from 4 percent of total revenue in 2013 to 25 percent today.
how to deploy ibm red hat openshift origin on a local vm
microsoft azure and red hat openshift
within a few minutes you’ll have a new cluster, more quickly and easily than you’ll get with other public cloud offerings available right now.
microsoft & openshift on github
redhat openshift kubernetes docs (updated again)
new status page for the red hat openshift cloud
minishift openshift should be able to import dockerhub images but most of them are not minishift openshift compatible or broken 😦
image hello-world runs as the root user which might not be permitted by your cluster administrator
however there is one that does seem to work and that is the openshift swagger-ui-site