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Marek Jelen

Red Hat Inc.

Even though JRuby is not officially supported on OpenShift, it's very simple to get it there working. In my talk I would like to talk about why I think OpenShift is a great platform and JRuby on it makes sense. However this would be too simple. In the second part we will get rid of all the stacks and will deploy Thick (my hobby project - Netty based web server) on OpenShift but straight on top of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

“JRuby on PaaS using Torquebox”

Even though JRuby is not officially supported on OpenShift, it's very simple to get it there working. In my talk I would like to talk about why I think OpenShift is a great platform and JRuby on it makes sense. However this would be too simple. In the second part we will get rid of all the stacks and will deploy Thick (my hobby project - Netty based web server) on OpenShift but straight on top of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.