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Stick a MongoDB on that OpenShift Cloud

11.17.2011
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Now that the latest release of OpenShift Flex has a much simpler method for running a NoSQL server, we're going to look at a tutorial by Mark Atwood that takes you through the simplified process of setting up MongoDB on OpenShift Flex.

OpenShift Flex is a browser-based platform-as-a-service for Java and PHP applications with auto-scaling, performance monitoring and application management capabilities built-in.  [it is not associated in any way to Adobe Flex]

The tutorial has just fourteen short steps before you are running MongoDB 2.0 and PHP 5.2 with the ability to access the mongo shell, issue commands, modify the database, and run JavaScript programs.  Sign up for a free OpenShift trial account before you try out the tutorial yourself.

Source: https://www.redhat.com/openshift/blogs/running-mongodb-on-openshift-flex

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Yaron Levy replied on Mon, 2012/06/11 - 11:44am

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