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Openshift: Managing Apps with RHC

Linqing Lu recently published a tutorial for working with rhc "Red Hat Cloud" in the OpenShift command line.  You can read the original post here  - here's some of the introduction to the post:

OpenShift provides different developer tools for the cloud so they can better manage their applications on a PaaS:

  • Web Console - Quickly create an app from any browser
  • IDE - Seamless integration with the Eclipse development platform
  • Command Line - Full control of your applications and code on any platform

The Command Line tools named rhc (stands for "Red Hat Cloud") is what I'm going to talk about in this post.
Even if you are already familiar with rhc, keep reading because we've made some improvements.

OPENSHIFT BLOG - HOW TO MANAGE APPS IN THE CLOUD WITH RHC

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