OpenShift Shifts Pricing


Red Hat's PaaS solution spreads out to new markets and gets a new pricing structure.

Red Hat has announced a radical 50% price reduction for its OpenShift PaaS solution. The company also says it is expanding OpenShift services to 14 additional countries.
OpenShift is a "polyglot PaaS," supporting Java, Ruby, PHP, Python, Node.js, and Perl. Like other PaaS systems, OpenShift provides a complete execution environment in the cloud, so the developer just has to focus on writing code.
According to Red Hat, the latest price reduction brings the cost down to a range of $.02 to $.10 gear/hour. In Red Hat's Silver plan, a "small" gear has 512MB RAM and 6GB disk space. The company also announced that it is adding a large (2GB RAM) gear option for resource-hungry applications.
The 14 new countries include smaller markets within the Eurozone, such as Greece, Poland, Bulgaria, Romania, and other Eastern European nations. The additions mean that OpenShift is now supported in 30 countries.


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