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Red Hat OpenShift
Red Hat® OpenShift® is an enterprise-ready Kubernetes container platform built for an open hybrid cloud strategy. It provides a consistent application platform to manage hybrid cloud, multicloud, and edge deployments.
Red Hat OpenShift is a leading enterprise Kubernetes platform1 that enables a cloud-like experience everywhere it's deployed. Whether it’s in the cloud, on-premise or at the edge, Red Hat OpenShift gives you the ability to choose where you build, deploy, and run applications through a consistent experience. Red Hat OpenShift’s full-stack automated operations and self-service provisioning for developers lets teams work together more efficiently to move ideas from development to production.
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Red Hat’s open hybrid cloud strategy is built on the technological foundation of Linux®, containers, and automation. An open hybrid cloud approach gives you the flexibility to run your applications anywhere you need them.
Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform helps Red Hat OpenShift users create and run reusable infrastructure as code and automate provisioning tasks for cloud providers, storage solutions, and other infrastructure components.
Red Hat OpenShift delivers a complete application platform for both traditional and cloud-native applications, allowing them to run anywhere. Built on Red Hat Enterprise Linux and compatible with Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform, Red Hat OpenShift enables automation inside and outside your Kubernetes clusters.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux is the proven foundation for Red Hat OpenShift, certified on thousands of hardware and cloud vendor technologies. This means the security, performance, interoperability, and innovation of Red Hat Enterprise Linux is extended throughout your infrastructure to provide a single platform that can run wherever you need it.
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Outcomes of using Red Hat OpenShift
Consistency across any infrastructure
Red Hat OpenShift provides a consistent application platform for the management of existing, modernized, and cloud-native applications that runs on any cloud.
Red Hat OpenShift provides a common abstraction layer across any infrastructure to give both developers and operations teams commonality in how applications are packaged, deployed, and managed. This allows you to run applications where it makes the most sense, without creating different operational models because of the host environment.
Develop innovative applications faster
Develop faster with a complete enterprise Kubernetes platform to build, test, deploy, and run applications. Red Hat OpenShift includes self-service access to developer tools, a browser-based IDE, a broad selection of coding languages, data and storage services, and full CI/CD services for automating application delivery and supporting a DevOps process.
Red Hat OpenShift also gives you the ability to integrate and use public cloud services such as AI/ML or analytics, and access to a commercial ISV software marketplace for the platform.
Run and manage applications anywhere
With Red Hat OpenShift, sysadmins and operations teams can manage applications, virtual machines, and containers from a single control plane. Regardless of where Red Hat OpenShift is installed the interface remains the same for administrators and developers, allowing you to control clusters, services, and roles for multiple teams from a central administrative console.
Automate Kubernetes operations with OpenShift Operators and standardize automation in application delivery using built-in CI/CD tools.
Bring big ideas to life with Red Hat OpenShift
From edge computing to AI/ML, serverless, DevSecOps, and cloud-native, what could you create with one hybrid cloud platform orchestrating all of your workloads?
Red Hat OpenShift options
The flexibility of Red Hat OpenShift starts with where you deploy it. The questions you should ask yourself are: Where will I deploy Red Hat OpenShift? Who sends me the bill? Who will manage and support it?
For greater control, choose a self-managed deployment of Red Hat OpenShift on any private or public cloud, on bare metal, or at the edge. Read our sizing and subscription guide to better understand the subscription model for self-managed Red Hat OpenShift offerings.
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Get step-by-step instructions on how to use Red Hat OpenShift products and other Red Hat Cloud Services free-of-cost in our learning hub.