Red Hat’s OpenShift PaaS Now Cheaper to Use

The OpenShift online service first became generally available in June after two years of beta preview deployments. The first two years of deployments gave OpenShift customers a free tier of services that were expanded in June with new commercially supported service levels.

Now, Red Hat is cutting the price of its paid OpenShift Online service levels by 50 percent for its small (512MB memory) and medium-sized (1GB of memory) offerings, which Red Hat refers to as “gears.” Going a step further, Red Hat now has a large gear that provides 2GB of memory. Pricing now ranges from 2 to 10 cents per hour.

Read the full story at eWeek:
Red Hat Gears Up OpenShift PaaS

Sean Michael Kerner is a senior editor at Follow him on Twitter @TechJournalist.

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