Customers have different reasons to run multiple Red Hat OpenShift clusters, including having separate clusters per geographical locations, setting a cluster-level boundary between mission-critical applications, data residency, and reducing latency for end users. This post explores Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes and how it extends the value of Red Hat OpenShift for hybrid environments. It also explores different scenarios where having a multi-cluster environment is beneficial.
As container usage increases in application modernization efforts, Kubernetes plays an important role in managing container-based applications. Managing these multi-cluster life cycle, application deployments, and enforcing security policies across clusters is often challenging and time consuming. Learn how Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes (RH ACM) addresses the challenges associated with managing multiple clusters and meets the requirements of multiple personas.
Integrating and Modernizing U.S. Health and Human Services Applications on AWS Using Red Hat Solutions
An important focus for AWS and Red Hat is supporting IT modernization for U.S. Health and Human Services (HHS) state government agencies. HHS modernization efforts include moving to the cloud, connecting disparate datasets, and embracing shared services across multiple agencies. Learn how the Red Hat and AWS cloud-based platform provides scalability, on-demand access to resources, and self-service functionalities to users.