After two years in development, Red Hat's OpenShift Platform-as-a-Service is now finally considered to be generally available.
The Linux vendor releases OpenShift Enterprise 1.1 as plans for converged cloud server offerings continue to ramp up.
The Linux vendor launches what it claims is the first open-source, on-premise Platform-as-a-Service offering for enterprises.
After months of free for all access, Red Hat starts the process of making money from its PaaS platform.
Platform as a Service offering advances with some new Java dev features, but it's still not open source (yet).
ActiveState chooses VMware's Cloud Foundry instead of Red Hat OpenShift for new platform.
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