Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS
A fully managed turnkey application platform that allows organizations to increase operational efficiency, refocus on innovation, and quickly build, deploy, and scale applications in a native AWS environment.
Interactive product overview
cost savings when using ROSA compared to other public cloud container services
faster application feature development using Red Hat OpenShift cloud services
ROI using OpenShift Cloud Services
Accelerate and stabilize application development
Application development and modernizing legacy apps requires a stable and flexible platform. As a native AWS service, Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS provides consumption-based billing, self-service cluster creation, integration with other native AWS services, and joint support and operation from Red Hat and AWS.
The total cost of Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS
The total cost of ROSA consists of two components: ROSA service fees plus AWS infrastructure fees.
ROSA service fees
Accrue on demand, at an hourly rate per 4 vCPU used by worker nodes. Annual contracts are also available for further discounts. ROSA service fees are uniform across all supported regions.
AWS infrastructure fees
Includes fees for the underlying worker nodes, infrastructure nodes, control plane nodes, storage, and network.
Get started with ROSA
Use Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS in the Red Hat Hybrid Cloud Console.
Dive deeper into ROSA and troubleshoot with learning materials and tools.
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What does Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS include?
Each ROSA cluster comes with a fully-managed control plane (master nodes) and application nodes. Installation, management, maintenance and upgrades are monitored by Red Hat SRE with joint Red Hat and Amazon support. Cluster services (such as logging, metrics, monitoring) are available as well.
Will Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS integrate with other AWS services?
Yes. ROSA will integrate with a range of AWS compute, database, analytics, machine learning, networking, mobile, and various application services which will enable customers to benefit from the robust portfolio of AWS services which scale on-demand across the globe. These AWS native services will be directly accessible to quickly deploy and scale services through the same management interface.
How do I receive support for ROSA?
ROSA is supported by AWS and Red Hat, and you have the option to contact support from either company to begin troubleshooting. Any escalations that are necessary will be facilitated as necessary by AWS and Red Hat to engage the best team to address the issues.
Which compliance certifications does ROSA have so far?
Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS is currently compliant with SOC-2 type 2, SOC 3, ISO-27001, ISO 27017, ISO 27018, HIPAA & PCI-DSS. We are also currently working towards FedRAMP High.
How is Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS different from Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated?
Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS is a fully managed implementation of OpenShift Container Platform deployed and operated on AWS, jointly managed and supported by both Red Hat and AWS. This option is purchased directly through the AWS console and offers pay-as-you-go, single-vendor invoicing. It's best for organizations that want close integration to AWS services, joint support, and a single bill.
Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated is a service hosted and fully-managed by Red Hat that offers clusters in a virtual private cloud on AWS or Google Cloud Platform. It is completely managed and supported by Red Hat, and includes a guaranteed SLA. It may be best for organizations that already have a Red Hat footprint and are interested in a fully managed service from Red Hat deployed on AWS.