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Measuring portability time objective as a metric for migrating to Red Hat Openshift Service on AWS (ROSA)

This post was co-written by Mark Taylor, OpenShift Systems Engineer, IBM Consulting; Ian Packer, Chief AWS Architect, IBM Consulting; and Arnaud Lauer, Partner Solutions Architect, AWS. Customers are putting greater focus on portability as part of their strategies when adopting cloud computing. Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA) platform provides an agile and flexible […]

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Fine-grained IAM roles for Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA) workloads with STS

Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA) is a fully managed OpenShift service, jointly supported by both Red Hat and Amazon Web Services (AWS) and managed by the Red Hat SRE team. This relieves customers of cluster lifecycle management, allowing them to focus on building applications rather than maintaining the OpenShift clusters. ROSA has recently […]

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Self-service AWS native service adoption in OpenShift using ACK

AWS Controllers for Kubernetes (ACK) is an open-source project that allows you to define and create AWS resources directly from within OpenShift. Using ACK, you can take advantage of AWS-managed services to complement the application workloads running in OpenShift without needing to define resources outside of the cluster or run services that provide supporting capabilities like […]

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Implementing custom domain names with ROSA

Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA) is a fully managed implementation of Red Hat OpenShift. The Red Hat SRE team does all the heavy lifting of maintaining and operating an OpenShift cluster on behalf of customers, allowing them to refocus their resources where it is most beneficial to their business and customers. ROSA provides […]

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Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA) annual contracts

Since Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA) was launched in March 2021, clients in all industries and more than 20 countries are using ROSA for a variety of workloads. In October 2021, AWS released a feature enabling customers to enter into one-year contracts for ROSA software subscriptions through the console to help with cost […]

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Managing ROSA subscriptions at scale

One aspect of operating applications at scale is managing software in a manner that provides control as well as caters for self service and agility. As the modernization of applications and overall business processes takes place, agility requirements drive the need for teams to have access to the tools they require. How does a large-scale […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS: architecture and networking

Updated on August 3rd to include ROSA private clusters with PrivateLink. It’s not new to see customers migrate OpenShift workloads to AWS to take advantage of the cloud, as well as the portfolio of AWS native services to compliment the application workloads running in OpenShift. Recently, however, there has been a noted shift of customers […]

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What’s new with Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS

Customers have been able to deploy application workloads within Red Hat OpenShift on AWS for several years. AWS and Red Hat have continued to respond to customer feedback and reduce effort and help customers meet the agility requirements they desire. Modernization does not stop at the evolution of applications, but touches on every aspect of […]

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