New RHSCL-based Docker images that are now in beta let you easily build your own application containers even without writing any Dockerfiles. Here is an example of a Ruby on Rails application built with the Ruby 2.2 image using the PostgreSQL 9.4 image as a database backend.
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As always when we rebase GCC in Developer Toolset (as we announced yesterday) to a new major upstream release, there are a huge number of bugfixes, performance improvements, quality of implementation enhancements – the list goes on. In this article, however, I’d like to focus on four headline features and one new way of using the tools. Let’s dive in.
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Red Hat “today announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Ansible, Inc., a provider of powerful IT automation solutions designed to help enterprises move toward frictionless IT. Ansible’s automation capabilities, together with Red Hat’s existing management portfolio, will help users drive down the cost and complexity of deploying and managing both cloud-native and traditional applications across hybrid cloud environments. With today’s announcement, Red Hat expands its leadership in hybrid cloud management, OpenStack and containers.
“Ansible is a clear leader in IT automation and DevOps, and helps Red Hat take a significant step forward in our goal of creating frictionless IT.
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Today, we are pleased to announce the beta availability of Red Hat Software Collections 2.1, Red Hat’s newest installment of open source web development tools, dynamic languages, and databases. Delivered on a separate lifecycle from Red Hat Enterprise Linux with a more frequent release cadence, Red Hat Software Collections bridges developer agility and production stability by helping to accelerate the creation of modern applications that can then be more confidently deployed into production.
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Today, we are pleased to announce the beta availability of Red Hat Developer Toolset 4 Beta, giving you access to the latest, stable open source C and C++ compilers and complementary development and performance profiling tools. Accessible through the Red Hat Developers Program and related subscriptions, Red Hat Developer Toolset enables developers to compile applications once and deploy across multiple versions of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
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Our Red Hat Developers program team has just concluded a “Time to Hello World” project to reduce the time it takes you to download and install a new technology, and then get to your first “hello world” application. By utilizing multiple resources from Red Hat engineering, UX, evangelists, docs, testing, and yes, even customers, this is just one of many Red Hat activities underway to minimize speed bumps when trying a new Red Hat technology.
So, is 6 minutes quick enough to try out a new technology? If so, read on.
OpenShift Enterprise by Red Hat was designed to be application architecture agnostic. In addition to running traditional stateful and/or legacy-type workloads, OpenShift Enterprise seamlessly provides support for modern, stateless Twelve-Factor applications. This document provides a guide on how to optimize the architecture and deployment of your Twelve-Factor applications on OpenShift Enterprise.
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Although the DevOps movement clearly and correctly centers around culture and the processes that guide or derail our success, the root of this shift often gets overlooked in favor of the symptoms. Sure, we all want our teams better aligned and more consistent, our processes streamlined and automated, our release cycles as short as humanly (or inhumanly) possible, but we have to ask ourselves why that’s the case. It’s not only because the previous way of doing things isn’t completely effective, it’s an entirely different value proposition that’s required. As IT is increasingly expected to do more with less and deliver better services quicker, DevOps addresses a need to more clearly demonstrate practical wins and measurable achievements.
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JBoss Developer Studio 9 for Eclipse Mars is now available for download. Some advances include new Server Adapters, OpenShift v3 enhancements and more Docker functionality. A new list of features can be found in the documentation but here is a list of highlights:
WildFly 10 and EAP 7 Server Adapters
New server adapters for JBoss EAP 7 and WildFly 10 have been added to the toolset, allowing you to enjoy all the past benefits, but with all the newest runtimes.
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“The Node.js Foundation, a community-led and industry-backed consortium to advance the development of the Node.js platform, today announced Red Hat, Inc. has joined the Foundation as a Platinum member. Red Hat joins platinum members, including Famous, IBM, Intel, Joyent, Microsoft and PayPal, to provide support in the adoption, development and long-term success of the Node.js project.
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