Krish Sumaranian, Director of OpenShift Strategy, and Clayton Coleman, engineering lead for OpenShift talk about what’s up and coming OpenShift 3.
"Standards are powerful forces in the software industry. They can drive technology forward by bringing together the combined efforts of multiple developers, different communities, and even competing vendors."
OpenShift is about upstream collaboration as much as it's about platform as a service. It's important to participate in the communities we depend on to succeed, and to build better tools for everyone.
We know you've got great ideas for improving OpenShift Origin. So roll up your sleeves and come join us in the community.
You can add new runtimes and frameworks to OpenShift with community cartridges and quickstarts.
The Origin M5/OpenShift 3 architecture builds upon the flexibility and scalability of Docker and Kubernetes to deliver a powerful new Platform as a Service system.
All contributions are welcome - OpenShift uses the Apache 2 license and does not require any contributor agreement to submit patches. Please open issues for any bugs or problems you encounter, ask questions on the OpenShift IRC channel (#openshift-dev on freenode), or get involved in the Kubernetes project at the container runtime layer.
The OpenShift project roadmap lives on Trello. Here is a sampling of topics for those who want to get involved with OpenShift 3:
Found a bug? Let us know! OpenShift uses a public Bugzilla instance.