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IBM WebSphere Application Server Liberty Core on OpenShift V3 Tutorial

A. Synopsis What this is about This project demonstrates how to use IBM WebSphere Liberty (a lightweight Java EE container comparable with Apache Tomcat) on Red Hat’s leading Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) solution OpenShift Enterprise V3 (https://enterprise.openshift.com/. Since OpenShift is perfectly suited for running containerized workloads based on the Docker format, we could reuse the officially supported […]

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IBM WebSphere Application Server Liberty Core on OpenShift V2 Tutorial

A. Synopsis What this is about We’ve created a IBM WebSphere Application Server Liberty Core cartridge in order to demonstrate the power and flexibility of Red Hat’s Open Hybrid Cloud strategy. Liberty Core provides a lightweight alternative to the classic WebSphere Application Server ND (cartridge available here: https://github.com/juhoffma/openshift-origin-websphere-cartridge) mainly targeting web applications using JEE web […]

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Demonstration of IBM WebSphere Application Server on OpenShift V2

I’ve recorded a small demonstration video showing the OpenShift V2 cartridge: Cheers, Sebastian

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IBM WebSphere Application Server on OpenShift V2 Tutorial

A. Synopsis What this is about We’ve created a IBM WebSphere Application Server cartridge in order to demonstrate the power and flexibility of Red Hat’s Open Hybrid Cloud strategy. The main focus for this cartridge is OpenShift Enterprise (https://www.redhat.com/de/technologies/cloud-computing/openshift. The cartridge currently supports the following features: Provisioning of new IBM WebSphere Application Server instance in […]