Tag: OpenShift

Build ROSA Clusters with Terraform

Introduction With the recent release of the official Red Hat Cloud Services Provider for Terraform customers can now automate the provisioning Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS clusters (ROSA) with Terraform. Previously, automating the creation of a ROSA cluster required using the OpenShift Command Line Interface (CLI), either wrapping it in code or using additional […]

Migrate and modernize IBM Maximo with AWS and Red Hat

This post was co-authored by Eric Libow, CTO, Asset Management Solutions, Sustainability Software, IBM, Balaji Santhanakrishnan Global Technical Sales Leader, Sustainability Software, IBM, Tommy Hamilton, App Platform Sales Specialist, Red Hat and Andy Grimes, Emerging Sales Specialist, Red Hat  Introduction IBM Maximo has been a leading enterprise asset management solution in the industry for four […]

ROSA VPC architecture

Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS: private clusters with AWS PrivateLink

Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA) clusters can be deployed in a few ways, public, private, and private with PrivateLink. Public and private clusters both have the OpenShift cluster accessible to the internet and define whether the application workloads running on OpenShift are private or not. However, there are customers with a requirement for […]

Integrate ROSA with AWS CodeCommit

Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS is a fully managed OpenShift service, jointly supported by both Red Hat and Amazon Web Services and managed by Red Hat SRE team. ROSA is an opinionated OpenShift platform on AWS that takes away cluster lifecycle management from the customer, so that they can focus on building applications rather […]

AWS and Red Hat extend collaboration: announcing a new managed Red Hat OpenShift service on AWS

AWS gives customers the most choice to run their containerized applications. We released Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) to support deploying containers at scale with a fully managed Docker experience that is deeply integrated with AWS, Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) to provide managed Kubernetes, AWS Fargate so customers could run containers without managing infrastructure, […]