Red Hat Breaks Down Barriers to Building Applications for Kubernetes Environments with Developer Sandbox for Red Hat OpenShift
Red Hat (News - Alert), Inc., the world's leading provider of open source solutions, today unveiled its Developer Sandbox for Red Hat OpenShift, an OpenShift-based development environment designed to enable organizations to accelerate the path from code to production for Kubernetes-based applications. The OpenShift sandbox gives developers a simpler, no-cost way to start building their applications using the same infrastructure and tools they will run in their production environments-without having to worry about setup or configuration.
Today, developers continue to face pressure to deliver applications faster, while keeping up with a rapidly changing technology landscape. This is being driven by the acceleration of digital transformation efforts to bring new innovation to market, and the growing imperative around IT modernization and application development. Kubernetes is a foundational platform for hybrid cloud architectures. By eliminating barriers that either slow or prevent developers from building applications for Kubernetes, Red Hat is enabling developers to build for the future, faster.
Developer Sandbox for Red Hat OpenShift provides a private OpenShift environment in a shared, multi-tenant cluster that is pre-configured with a set of developer tools. The infrastructure and tools are tightly integrated and designed to provide a safe environment for prototyping or building new applications, adding new services, creating containers from source code or Dockerfiles, and more.
Combined with Red Hat's portfolio of developer tools, these new capabilities help developers better respond to the need for greater application velocity, and further solidify Red Hat OpenShift as the leading platform for building, deploying and managing enterprise Kubernetes applications. Recent updates include:
These releases and the Developer Sandbox for Red Hat OpenShift are available today. Sign up for a free Red Hat account at https://developers.redhat.com and get started building Kubernetes applications at https://developers.redhat.com/developer-sandbox.
Mithun Dhar, vice president and general manager, Developer Tools and Programs, Red Hat
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