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Red Hat OpenShift, is a platform for open hybrid cloud strategies. It is a single platform that manages edge, OpenShift cloud, and hybrid cloud deployments. Red Hat OpenShift, a top enterprise Kubernetes platform, enables cloud-like experiences wherever it’s deployed. Red Hat OpenShift allows you to decide where your applications are deployed, whether on-premise, cloud, or edge. In addition, red Hat OpenShift’s fully-automated operations and self-service provisioning enable developers to work more efficiently and move ideas from development into production.
Red Hat OpenShift is built on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, compatible with Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform, and enables automation within and outside your OpenShift Kubernetes clusters. Red Hat OpenShift provides:
- A standard abstraction layer for any infrastructure
- Giving both developers and operations teams a common approach to packaging
- Managing applications
This allows applications to run where they are most appropriate without creating different operating models based on the host environment.
Red Hat OpenShift Features
Push-button upgrades, cloud-like ease:
Red Hat OpenShift includes an automated, streamlined installation that makes it easy to get Kubernetes up and to run as soon as possible. Red Hat OpenShift uses Kubernetes Operators to push buttons, automatic platform updates for the container host, OpenShift Cluster, and any application services
running on the cluster.
Consistent foundation to support on-premise or public cloud workloads:
Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform provides a compatible Kubernetes platform wherever Red Hat Enterprise Linux(r) runs. You can view and manage your clusters from one console. This allows you to have greater visibility across multiple deployments.
You can build and deliver faster:
Red Hat OpenShift offers developer-friendly workflows, including built-in CD/CI pipelines and our source-to-image capability. This allows you to move straight from the application code to the container. Extend to new technologies–including serverless applications with Knative, cloud services, and streamlined service communications with Istio and service mesh.
Red Hat OpenShift Key Benefits
Use cloud-native, modernized, or traditional applications.
Support for the most complex workloads, including Java, AI/ML, Java and data analytics, databases, etc. Our vast network of technology partners makes automating deployment and managing the life cycle easy.
Apps that are closer to users and data should be deployed.
Red Hat OpenShift edge allows you to achieve faster data-driven results and better application experiences in any location, even remotely.
Increase security throughout the entire application lifecycle
Reduce operational risk by moving security left and automating DevSecOps. Use built-in policy templates for configuration and security best practices to protect application workloads at runtime.
Kubernetes clusters are now evident and controlled from all angles.
Red Hat OpenShift can be extended to increase its value by deploying applications and managing multiple clusters. You can also enforce policies across all collections from one console.
Red Hat OpenShift also includes Prometheus, the standard for monitoring cloud-native applications and clusters. Use Grafana dashboards for visualization.
Self-service for applicants to access approved infrastructure and services with central management and administration.
Red Hat OpenShift is a uniform platform that allows you to manage existing, modernized, and cloud-native apps. It also provides an abstraction layer across all infrastructures, which gives teams a common approach to how applications are packaged and deployed. As a result, you can run applications wherever it makes sense without creating different operational models due to the host environment.
Integration of the Ecosystem
Red Hat has collaborated with hundreds of partners to validate technology integrations using Red Hat OpenShift so that organizations can get the most out of their existing investments.
Centralized policy management
Red Hat OpenShift provides administrators with one place to enforce and implement policies across multiple teams. It also offers a unified console that works across all Red Hat OpenShift clusters.
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Red Hat OpenShift is the leading enterprise Kubernetes platform1, delivering a cloud-like experience wherever you deploy. Whether in the cloud, on-premises, or at the edge, Red Hat OpenShift lets you choose where to build, deploy and run your applications through a consistent experience.
OpenShift is a family of containerized software products developed by open-source software provider Red Hat. According to the company, Kubernetes is the core of distributed systems, and OpenShift is a distribution.
Red Hat OpenShift is her cloud-based Kubernetes platform that helps developers build applications. Provides automated installation, upgrades, and lifecycle management across container stacks (OS, Kubernetes and cluster services, and applications) on any cloud.
AWS Faregate works exclusively with AWS cloud services, while OpenShift offers more collaboration options. OpenShift is an open-source solution, but AWS Faregate keeps its coding secret. AWS Faregate is only available in select regions, but the OpenShift Container Platform can run anywhere.
A custom operating system. OpenShift Container Platform uses Red Hat Enterprise Linux CoreOS (RHCOS). It is a container-oriented operating system that combines the best features and capabilities of CoreOS and Red Hat Atomic Host operating systems.
Amazon AWS comes out on top in this comparison. Our reviewers agree that Amazon AWS is a powerful, feature-rich solution with excellent customer support. OpenShift won the ease of deployment category.