Red Hat, Inc. has launched Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes that accelerates cloud-native application development for polyglot microservices. Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes provide more secure, productive, high-performance foundations for microservices design, helping to move modern, composite applications from concept to delivery faster and more easily along a prescriptive development path.
Red Hat OpenShift is the industry’s most comprehensive, enterprise Kubernetes platform to run cloud-native apps. With the addition of Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes, Red Hat is building on the Linux container and Kubernetes-based foundation of Red Hat OpenShift to provide runtime frameworks such as Spring Boot, WildFly Swarm, Eclipse MicroProfile, Eclipse Vert.x, and Node.js that complement Red Hat's portfolio of cloud-based middleware services, Red Hat OpenShift Application Services, creating a powerful platform for organizations to create, integrate, deploy and manage cloud-native applications.
Certified and supported runtimes planned for inclusion are:
* WildFly Swarm – WildFly Swarm is an open-source framework based on the WildFly Application Server that implements the MicroProfile 1.0 specification and helps developers transition from creating monolithic Java applications to creating microservices using the Java language.
* Eclipse Vert.x – Vert.x is an open-source toolkit for building reactive, high concurrency, low- latency applications and is well-suited for supporting the asynchronous communications required by a microservices architecture.
* Spring Boot – Spring Boot is an opinionated framework for rapidly building standalone, production-grade Spring-based applications.
Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes help developers leapfrog the barriers of traditional application development tools by providing a tightly integrated and fully supported offering for developing with multiple languages and frameworks. The offering frees developers from tedious pre-coding set-up and enables them to focus their effort on writing applications that directly benefit the business and accelerating time-to-market.
Combined with the newly-announced OpenShift.io, Red Hat’s free, end-to-end cloud-native development environment, Red Hat OpenShift is expanding the industry’s most robust, comprehensive, and easy-to-use open cloud-native application development environment for production workloads.
OpenShift Application Runtimes is currently available in tech preview via launch openshift.io and is expected to be released later this year.
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