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Your goal is to deliver speed and simplicity at any scale, across any infrastructure. Your applications need to run on the infrastructure platforms you’ve chosen for your organization. That includes the cloud platforms and the on-premise infrastructure you have in place today. 

As your hybrid cloud choices evolve, you need to minimize the impact on how your applications are deployed. No platform should limit your ability to create the future you want. You need consistency, regardless of where you choose to deploy.

Red Hat OpenShiftallows you to develop your applications once and deploy them anywhere. Red Hat OpenShift was built to install on cloud and local infrastructure targets and allows you to use the same tooling and processes to manage and deploy containerized applications on all your infrastructures. 

By standardizing your container platform on Red Hat OpenShift, you simplify operations and allow yourself the flexibility you need for your hybrid cloud.

With Red Hat OpenShift, you’re ready to move fast today, and ready to embrace the future possibilities of the open hybrid cloud.

Ask yourself: Do you have the expertise and time to manage and upgrade Kubernetes? Or would you rather focus on innovation and let someone else worry about the infrastructure? That’s the promise of the cloud, but all too often you end up managing your cloud infrastructure.

Imagine simply consuming the benefits of Red Hat OpenShift without the overhead of managing your platform. You can deploy Red Hat OpenShift as a managed service on your preferred cloud provider for a seamless experience on Azure, AWS, IBM Cloud, or Google Cloud.

Spend less time managing resources, and more time focusing on what matters. Managed Red Hat OpenShift is available on every major cloud, giving you the flexibility to choose the option that’s best for you.

Need to customize your Red Hat OpenShift instance and integrate it with other cloud provider services, but still run in the cloud? You can take the reins of existing managed Red Hat OpenShift, or deploy a cloud installation of Red Hat OpenShift and start to build out your own integrations with cloud services.

Red Hat OpenShift on Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Red Hat OpenShift on Google Cloud Platform

Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Cloud™

Red Hat OpenShift on Microsoft Azure

This is a hybrid cloud on your terms. If you need to maintain full control of the infrastructure, you can easily deploy Red Hat OpenShift in your datacenter. Whether you need to maintain specific standards set by your organization, address data sovereignty requirements, or run a disconnected instance, Red Hat OpenShift gives you the choice of where and how to deploy. It’s up to you to decide and yours to control.

Need to manage multiple clusters across different cloud providers and your own datacenter? Whether you’re using managed services or running the clusters yourself, it’s easy with Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes.

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Why choose Red Hat for Kubernetes?

Red Hat was one of the first companies to work with Kubernetes’ creator—Google—on the project even prior to launch. Red Hat OpenShift is Kubernetes for the enterprise, including all the extra pieces of technology that make Kubernetes more powerful and viable.


Learning Kubernetes basics

Kubernetes gives you the platform to schedule and run containers on clusters of physical or virtual machines. Kubernetes can help you deliver and manage containerized and cloud-native apps at scale, as well as those being refactored into microservices across environments.


Introduction to Kubernetes patterns

Kubernetes patterns are design patterns for container-based applications and services. Patterns are the tools needed by a Kubernetes developer, and they will show you how to build your system.  

Get started with an enterprise Kubernetes platform

Red Hat OpenShift

An enterprise-ready Kubernetes container platform with full-stack automated operations to manage hybrid cloud, multicloud, and edge deployments.