Red Hat has expanded its OpenShift Marketplace with new capabilities such as integrated billing and several new offerings from ecosystem partners.
Latest members to join OpenShift Marketplace include:
BlazeMeter, a provider of performance and load testing as a self-service platform for mobile, web and API’s; ClearDB, a provider of database-as-a-service capabilities for MySQL powered applications;
Collabnet, which specializes in cloud-based Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) to increase enterprise agility and governance;
DreamFactory, which offers solutions to developers to choose their favorite environment to write modern applications for phone, tablet or desktop;
LoadImpact, which provides DevOps testing for automated, on-demand application performance;
PubNub, enabling real-time applications to grow and scale globally with cloud infrastructure.
Launched in April 2014, OpenShift Marketplace provides an open platform for companies to showcase their products and grow their business by leveraging the strength of Red Hat’s OpenShift Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) partner ecosystem.
The platform benefits Software-as-as-Service (SaaS) ISVs to reach customers and developers in one easy, interactive location, and to showcase their solutions, giving customers access to a variety of offerings from cloud industry leaders.
Red Hat now aims to simplify the purchasing experience of OpenShift Marketplace users. With integrated billing customers can buy complementary solutions with ease, the company said.
Red Hat has also expanded OpenShift Marketplace to include add-on offerings from several new OpenShift ecosystem partners, bringing even more choice to OpenShift developers.
With OpenShift Marketplace, users can discover, procure, and manage leading OpenShift application technologies from a single location including database, email delivery services, messaging queues, application performance monitoring and more, all managed from a central location.
Red Hat has reported over two million OpenShift Online applications on the platform. Users can sign in to the OpenShift Marketplace once using their Red Hat login, efficiently search a variety of add-on services, and purchase these services through their Red Hat account.