OpenShift is a PaaS (platform as a service) and written by Red Hat. The Source code is licensed under Apache License 2.0 and available on Github. OpenShift also uses many open source tools for automation and orchestration: docker containers, Ansible for configuration, Jenkins, Git for version control and many others. In this article you can read how to deploy the applications and see in action basic work with OpenShift. And maybe some peoples ask now “Can I run OpenShift in my own server?”. Answer – yes, of course – several OpenShift packages are ready to use in Fedora and RHEL/Centos.
ArnoldC — imperative programming language in Arnold Schwarzenegger’s style and based on his one-liners. All basic keywords of this language used is Arnold’s films. This project tries to discover new meanings from the Arnold movies with the means of computer science. Parsing is done with Parboiled and ASM is used to generate the Java bytecode.