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Red Hat OpenShift Database Access
Red Hat® OpenShift® Database Access simplifies and standardizes how teams provision, monitor, and connect to cloud-hosted partner database services.
Simplify database services across your environment
As your reliance on data grows, challenges are sure to follow. Which applications have access to which databases? How can you maintain control over database security while supporting developer agility?
Red Hat OpenShift Database Access helps solve these challenges and more, by standardizing your database access services across clusters, clouds, and vendors. It’s designed to work cohesively with other services in support of cloud-native app development.
- Access a consistent control plane for cloud database access, for enhanced centralized visibility.
- Streamline the distribution of database connection information, increasing consistency and improving standardization and governance.
- Enable self-service agility, helping your developers connect apps to database services without hassle or delay.
- Works across multiple cloud database services today: MongoDB Atlas, Crunchy Bridge and CockroachDB Cloud
Learn how to set up an Amazon RDS account using Red Hat OpenShift Database Access to create and connect more simply.
The Crunchy Bridge Operator for Red Hat OpenShift Database Access simplifies access to database services.
See a demo of how administrators can simplify access to the CockroachDB Cloud, without having to pass credentials back and forth.
Use Red Hat OpenShift Database Access to manage access to the multicloud MongoDB Atlas database.