We are excited to announce the availability of a new Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA) hands-on experience. This self-service, on-demand offering gives users an opportunity to try ROSA in a demo environment and get hands-on with the product before they take the next step to buy. With the experience, users will get access to a production-ready ROSA cluster at no cost for eight hours. 

ROSA is a fully-managed, comprehensive application platform that allows organizations to more quickly build, deploy and scale applications in a native AWS environment, helping to increase operational efficiency and refocus on innovation.

During the experience, users will be guided through workshop modules that provide a step-by-step overview on how to get started, set up the platform, build and deploy an application, perform Day 2 operational tasks and integrate with AWS services.

The ROSA hands-on experience provides users the following benefits:

  • An opportunity to see first-hand the value and benefits of ROSA. Whether you are a new or existing Red Hat OpenShift user, the hands-on experience helps users see real world use case product examples to determine if ROSA is a good fit for your organization.
  • A self-service, low-risk learning opportunity for users to experience and engage with ROSA.
  • Easy-to-follow guidance on setting up and implementing ROSA, so users can more quickly and efficiently get started after the no-cost period.

Interested in testing out the hands-on experience? After logging in or creating a new Red Hat account, you can access the experience directly in the Red Hat Hybrid Cloud Console and get started. Find Red Hat at AWS re:Invent 2023 to chat with our experts.


About the author

Alexa Overbay is a Product Marketing Manager at Red Hat, focused on the marketing and positioning the Red Hat OpenShift Managed Services portfolio.

Read full bio