OpenShift Now Supports Node.js and an HTTP-Friendly DIY Cartridge
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The new release also provides support for customized cartridges in order to improve availability to other software. Until now, OpenShift support has included Perl, Ruby, PHP, Python, and Java EE6. With custom cartridges, users are able to implement the "Do It Yorself" application type as long as the program speaks HTTP. Mark Atwood, another Red Hat PaaS evangelist, describes how to get started with the DIY cartridge on his blog.
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