Azure Red Hat OpenShift
Deploy and scale containers on managed Red Hat OpenShift.
Build, deploy, and scale apps on OpenShift with confidence
Azure Red Hat OpenShift provides highly available, fully managed OpenShift clusters on demand, monitored and operated jointly by Microsoft and Red Hat. Kubernetes is at the core of Red Hat OpenShift. OpenShift brings added-value features to complement Kubernetes, making it a turnkey container platform as a service (PaaS) with a significantly improved developer and operator experience.
Highly available, fully managed public and private clusters, automated operations, and over-the-air platform upgrades.
Built on top of upstream Kubernetes and bundled with key capabilities for unified operations as a complete platform.
Joint engineering, operation, and support from Microsoft and Red Hat, with multiple compliance certifications.
Clusters deployed to Azure and billed to your subscription in more than 20 regions worldwide.
Focus on what matters
Take advantage of the enhanced user interface for application topology and builds in the web console to build, deploy, configure, and visualize containerized applications and cluster resources more easily.
Provision self-service, on-demand application stacks
Bring your code from a Git repository or an existing container image and build it using source-to-image (S2I) builds, or deploy solutions from the Developer Catalog such as OpenShift Service Mesh, OpenShift Serverless, or Knative.
Use built-in CI/CD
Automate build, test, and deployment of applications using OpenShift Pipelines, a serverless continuous integration/continuous deployment (CI/CD) system designed to scale, create a pipeline using GitHub Actions, or bring your own.
Try the rapid cloud development experience
Use Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces, a collaborative, fully containerized web IDE that runs on top of OpenShift, for a consistent, more secure, zero-configuration cloud application development experience.
Deliver applications with less operational complexity
Create public and private clusters in a few minutes
Deploy an Azure Red Hat OpenShift cluster across multiple Azure Availability Zones where supported. Azure Red Hat OpenShift is jointly operated and supported by Microsoft and Red Hat with a service-level agreement (SLA) of 99.95 percent availability.
Control user and project access
Set up users, projects, and quotas. Review the cluster capacity and utilization, and monitor deployments using the administrator perspective in the web console.
Discover Operators from the Kubernetes community and Red Hat partners
Easily install Operators on your clusters for optional add-ons and shared services such as AI, machine learning, application runtimes, data, document stores, monitoring logging and insights, security, and messaging services.
Automate operations with over-the-air cluster updates
Automatically apply critical patch updates to clusters in Azure Red Hat OpenShift without affecting your deployed applications.
Comprehensive security and compliance, built in
Microsoft invests more than USD 1 billion annually on cybersecurity research and development.
We employ more than 3,500 security experts who are dedicated to data security and privacy.
Flexible and on-demand pricing
Azure Red Hat OpenShift charges for the virtual machines (VMs) provisioned in the clusters and OpenShift licenses based on the VM instance selected. Deploy a cluster using on-demand pricing or purchase OpenShift worker node reserved instances, whichever best meets the needs of your workload and business.
Get started with an Azure free account
After your credit, move to pay as you go to keep building with the same free services. Pay only if you use more than your free monthly amounts.
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Frequently asked questions about Azure Red Hat OpenShift
Everything you need to deploy and manage containers is bundled with Azure Red Hat OpenShift, including container management, automation (Operators), networking, load balancing, service mesh, CI/CD, firewall, monitoring, registry, authentication, and authorization capabilities. These components are tested together for unified operations as a complete platform. Automated cluster operations, including over-the-air platform upgrades, further enhance your Kubernetes experience.
Red Hat OpenShift is built from familiar upstream Kubernetes projects, so switching to it is simple. Switch quickly with minimal disruption to the way you code using your choice of supported languages, frameworks, and databases. Simplify agile development with embedded CI/CD, container catalog, and image streams, or use your existing pipeline.
No, you don't need to sign a contract with Red Hat. Azure Red Hat OpenShift billing falls under Azure paid services.
Request support in the Azure portal. Microsoft and Red Hat engineers will triage and address your request.
Azure Red Hat OpenShift provides a service-level agreement of 99.95 percent availability. Review the SLA page for more information.
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