This is a quick and easy way to get hand on your machine, if you can't use a native ssh client. And it is a great tool in your xPaaS developer toolbox.
There's not a hell lot to get started: But you obviously need a free OpenShift account first. After that, install the OpenShift client tools (aka rhc). They require Ruby 1.8.7 or higher. If you want to get the most out of it, make sure to install Git for your system, too.
Installing is just a one-liner in the terminal:
rhc app create keybox jbossews-2.0 --from-code git://github.com/skavanagh/KeyBox-OpenShift.gitIt might take a while, but after the command finished, you can access KeyBox via:
https://keybox-<namespace>.rhcloud.comAll members of the domain can login with their OpenShift account.
Make sure to follow Sean Kavanagh on Twitter (@spkavanagh6) and star the KeyBox-OpenShift repository if you like it!