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Two weeks ago I stumbled upon OpenShift. It's a division of Red Hat which offers you free cloud PaaS services for your applications. By default OpenShift comes with pre-defined platforms for Java EE, PHP, Python, Perl, Node.js, Ruby, and Do-It-Yourself (DIY) applications. DIY applications turned out to be extremely powerful. As a proof of concept I decided to deploy my Apache Camel route (with Apache CXF endpoint as a front-end).

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