I am never here on this forum, but I am an OpenShift v3 consultant for Red Hat, and my brother is a meteor developer, so naturally I am interested in hosting meteor apps for him in my OpenShift environment.
For anyone who doesn’t know, OpenShift v3 takes docker container images, allows you to point to an artifact repository like github, and in two clicks have your meteor app up and running. In case there is any confusion, you would know OpenShift v3 as OpenShift Origin in the open source community. This is no longer based on gear technology, but is instead fully docker based.
I’ll be trying this container in my OpenShift environment shortly, but if it doesn’t work as-is, if someone would be willing to work with me to build an OpenShift template, I can work to get it included with OpenShift by default, so that MeteorJS is a first class citizen in OpenShift, just like Java, Ruby, NodeJS, etc.
Please let me know if there is any interest in this, and if so, I’d love to demo the functionality of it once it’s built.
Again, I know MeteorJS in OpenShift (for example OpenShift online) has been figured out, but this is for the next generation docker-based platform, and I’d love to see Meteor on board and functional OOB.