Hosting a phabricator install in OpenShift [0/7]

Few days ago, I could finish with a fully functional Phabricator install in OpenShift hosting by Red-Hat. OpenShift[openshift.redhat.com] is a free hosting provider nurtured by Redhat. The hosting service allows you to:

  1. Host atmost 3 small-scale apps for free
  2. Use your own custom domain for the app, like http://phab.amritafoss.in

I will be writing on how to get your Phabrcator installation up and running in the coming blog posts, and the outline of the whole process would be:

  1. Creating your openshift account, and a new web-app with ‘PHP’ catridge
  2. Installing Phabricator in there following https://secure.phabricator.com/book/phabricator/article/installation_guide/
  3. Configuring Phabricator to use the openshift configurations
  4. Writing the .htaccess file to finish things
  5. Setting up Mailgun API to handle mails
  6. Adjusting CNAME records in your domain name provider to redirect correctly
  7. Wrapping up 🙂

Stay Tuned!

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