News | September 9, 2015
Since its creation, OpenCredo has been a successful contributor within the open source space, and joining the OpenShift Commons is a natural progression. Our goal is to share experiences not only with our clients but with the broader community on how we help large companies shift to micro-service oriented architecture and enable continuous integration within their environments.
OpenShift allows our clients to benefit from technologies such as Source-To-Image (S2I), docker support and template system that can define whole clusters – providing a solid technology foundation for next generation services.
– Karolis Rusenas, Consultant, OpenCredo.
Commons acts as a community for connecting OpenShift’s diverse groups of customers, contributors, operators, cloud providers and partners directly with each other and with the best of breed open source technology initiatives incorporated in OpenShift.
At launch (February 2015), the list of OpenShift Commons participant includes more than 30 member companies and spans multiple industries, technologies, and geographies including organizations such as Accenture, Amadeus, AppDirect, Dell, Docker, FICO, GetUp Cloud, T-systems and Shippable.
More than two decades ago, Red Hat embraced open source as the way of developing better software. From the open source infrastructure foundations to microservices woven into applications running on today’s hybrid clouds, open collaboration across technology stacks is essential. OpenShift Commons extends and facilitates the network effect by empowering direct connections.