Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes

Cloud native application runtimes optimized for OpenShift

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Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes (RHOAR) offers a guided getting started online experience where example applications for each runtime can be quickly deployed to your OpenShift Online account, including OpenShift Online Starter accounts (sign up for free), or deployed to your existing OpenShift infrastucture! The examples are also forked into your GitHub account so they can be perused, changed, and redeployed. To get started, just Launch!

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Developer Interactive Learning Scenarios

Our Interactive Learning Scenarios provide you with a pre-configured OpenShift instance, accessible from your browser without any downloads or configuration. Use it to experiment, learn about specific technologies within RHOAR and see how its helps solve real-world problems.

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