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Domino vs OpenShift: What are the differences?

Domino: A PaaS for data science - easily run R, Python or Matlab code in the cloud with automatic version control for data, code, and results. Use our cloud-hosted infrastructure to securely run your code on powerful hardware with a single command — without any changes to your code. If you have your own infrastructure, our Enterprise offering provides powerful, easy-to-use cluster management functionality behind your firewall; OpenShift: Red Hat's free Platform as a Service (PaaS) for hosting Java, PHP, Ruby, Python, Node.js, and Perl apps. OpenShift is Red Hat's Cloud Computing Platform as a Service (PaaS) offering. OpenShift is an application platform in the cloud where application developers and teams can build, test, deploy, and run their applications.

Domino and OpenShift can be primarily classified as "Platform as a Service" tools.

Some of the features offered by Domino are:

  • Domino Cloud supports the most powerful data analysis languages — Python, R, MATLAB, and Julia
  • Modern and powerful cluster management
  • Use a single-core machine during development

On the other hand, OpenShift provides the following key features:

  • Built-in support for Node.js, Ruby, Python, PHP, Perl, and Java (the standard in today's Enterprise)
  • OpenShift is extensible with a customizable cartridge functionality that allows developers to add any other language they wish. We've seen everything from Clojure to Cobol running on OpenShift.
  • OpenShift supports frameworks ranging from Spring, to Rails, to Play

OpenShift is an open source tool with 915 GitHub stars and 563 GitHub forks. Here's a link to OpenShift's open source repository on GitHub.

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Pros of Domino
Pros of Red Hat OpenShift
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    • 98
      Good free plan
    • 61
      Open Source
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      Easy setup
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      Nodejs support
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      Well documented
    • 31
      Custom domains
    • 27
      Mongodb support
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      Clean and simple architecture
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      PHP support
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      Customizable environments
    • 10
      Ability to run CRON jobs
    • 8
      Easier than Heroku for a WordPress blog
    • 6
      Easy deployment
    • 6
      Good balance between Heroku and AWS for flexibility
    • 6
      PostgreSQL support
    • 6
      Autoscaling
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      Free, Easy Setup, Lot of Gear or D.I.Y Gear
    • 4
      Shell access to gears
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      Great Support
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      High Security
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      Meteor support
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      Overly complicated and over engineered in majority of e
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      Golang support
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      Its free and offer custom domain usage
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      This is the only free one among the three as of today
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      No credit card needed
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      because it is easy to manage
    • 1
      Logging & Metrics
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      Autoscaling at a good price point
    • 1
      Great free plan with excellent support
    • 1
      Easy setup and great customer support

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    Cons of Domino
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        Decisions are made for you, limiting your options
      • 2
        License cost
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        Behind, sometimes severely, the upstreams

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      What is Domino?

      Use our cloud-hosted infrastructure to securely run your code on powerful hardware with a single command — without any changes to your code. If you have your own infrastructure, our Enterprise offering provides powerful, easy-to-use cluster management functionality behind your firewall.

      What is Red Hat OpenShift?

      OpenShift is Red Hat's Cloud Computing Platform as a Service (PaaS) offering. OpenShift is an application platform in the cloud where application developers and teams can build, test, deploy, and run their applications.

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