OpenShift is a simple and easy to use cloud platform for developers so that they can build and deploy applications easily. What is more interesting about this platform is that it gives free usage of three small gears and 1 GB of database storage and it comes with support for a wide variety of programming languages, databases and platforms. In today’s collection, we are presenting top 9 apps from the OpenShift Marketplace.
We hope that you will like this collection and find these apps useful for you. All these apps are from OpenShift Marketplace which is OpenShift’s own app store. You can share your opinions with us via comment section below. Enjoy!
SendGrid’s cloud-based email infrastructure relieves businesses of the cost and complexity of maintaining custom email systems. SendGrid provides reliable delivery, scalability and real-time analytics along with flexible API’s that make custom integration a breeze.
A fully-managed cloud service for hosting and running your Redis dataset in a highly-available and scalable manner, with predictable and stable top performance.
New Relic web application performance management is the only tool you need to pinpoint and solve performance issues. A single UI to monitor every details of you app, from the end user experience, through servers, down to the line of code.
MongoLab is a fully-managed cloud database service featuring highly-available MongoDB databases, automated backups, web-based tools, 24/7 monitoring, and expert support.
The most advanced open-source database, hosted in the cloud.
ClearDB is a reliable, fault tolerant database-as-a-service for your MySQL powered applications.
Managed, highly available, RabbitMQ clusters in the cloud.
BlazeMeter offers a cross-enterprise test automation framework for the entire technical team throughout the product development lifecycle. Developers, DevOps, Ops and QA Engineers can run Continuous or “On Demand” testing for APIs, mobile apps and websites.
IronWorker is an elastic task queue / worker service that scales to handle whatever workloads you send it. Every production-scale application needs to do work in the background.