Dead of the great Openshift 2

Dead of the great Openshift 2 – as many of you may have known by now, Redhat is discontinuing Openshift v2 by the end of September 2017 for free users. They have already informed customers via email and publish the news on the site, click here. The death of Openshift … Continue Reading →


How to manage multiple Openshift accounts using rhc

Openshift is one of the best PaaS from my point of view. In comparison with Heroku, Openshift I believe has upper hand and much superiority, particularly in CLI tool, ssh facility, and most importantly huge numbers of offered frameworks. Therefore, it totally makes sense to have different account for different … Continue Reading →