OpenShift Commons Briefing #97: Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes Explained with John Clingan
September 27, 2017 | by
OpenShift Commons Briefing Summary
In this era of specialization, no single software framework and architecture is suitable for all types of applications. The choices become overwhelming when combined with infrastructure that could be shaped via code.
In this briefing, Red Hat's John Clingan gives an overview of OpenShift Application Runtimes (RHOAR), Red Hat’s approach to reducing complexity while providing flexibility to application developers. RHOAR is a poly-architecture, poly-framework suite designed for OpenShift Container Platform to develop services-based responsive applications.
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