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BlackMesh collaborates with Red Hat to offer OpenShift PaaS-optimized cloud infrastructure

27/01/2015 by Sharon Shahzad


BlackMesh, a Managed Service Provider for dedicated and cloud-based solutions, is excited to announce a collaboration with Red Hat, the world’s leading open source software provider, to become a Red Hat Certified Cloud Provider, offering a certified OpenShift Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) service. Through the collaboration, BlackMesh has designed a cloud-based infrastructure that is optimized for OpenShift.

“We are confident that this collaboration will deliver advanced solutions to the OpenShift community and we look forward to building on our relationship with Red Hat.”

“BlackMesh is thrilled to team with Red Hat to provide OpenShift users with a reliable service and support. Collaborating with industry leaders such as Red Hat is an essential piece of our commitment to deliver innovative technologies to our customers,” said Eric Mandel, President of BlackMesh. “We are excited to work with an open source company that shares our goal of delivering access to a new range of applications and resources to help innovate customers effectively and efficiently.”

Combining high-performance Red Hat platforms with BlackMesh’s managed infrastructure support, this collaboration offers customers the resources and tools they need to improve and accelerate application deployment. BlackMesh’s OpenShift cloud-based solution will offer customers a supported and managed hosting environment.

Red Hat is among the only technology vendors to offer a full family of open PaaS solutions: OpenShift Origin, the open source PaaS project; OpenShift Online, a commercial public PaaS offering; and OpenShift Enterprise, an on-premise private PaaS product. OpenShift delivers to developers a cloud application platform with a choice of programming languages, frameworks and application lifecycle tools to build and run their applications. The platform provides built-in support for Node.js, Ruby, Python, PHP, Perl, and Java and the capability for developers to add their own. OpenShift also supports many popular frameworks, including Java EE, Spring, Play and Rails.

“We are excited to work with BlackMesh as a Red Hat Certified Cloud Provider and part of the OpenShift partner ecosystem,” said Ashesh Badani, vice president and general manager, OpenShift, Red Hat. “We are committed to bringing choice back to developers through OpenShift, and key to that vision is building a strong ecosystem of partners that can enable users to build and deploy the best applications possible. We look forward to continuing our collaboration with BlackMesh to empower users with an easy to use, OpenShift cloud-based solution.”

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