Thanks for the reply.
OpenShift markets itself as a PaaS where you don't have to worry about the
In fact, it's most likely OpenShift is using EC2 behind to provide you with
Is there anything you miss from the OpenShift offer that makes you wanna
From what I've seen, you can already build your own OpenShift PaaS on EC2,
Your suggestion on having a ready to go AMI has also been raised, so maybe
Hope this helps
On Monday, 29 October 2012 18:24:35 UTC, David Pollak wrote:
> This is indeed very cool. Is there an OpenShift AMI floating around Amazon
>> Hi all,
>> A few weeks ago I was posting about Escalante, a new Scala app server
>> Escalante vastly reduces size of Lift applications, making them faster to
>> So now you can also deploy Lift applications on top of Escalante to Red
>> If you have any questions, ping me on #escalante IRC channel of freenode,
>> Project Lead, Escalante
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