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Azure Red Hat OpenShift April 2024 updates

Published date: April 10, 2024

Azure Red Hat OpenShift (ARO) provides highly available, fully managed OpenShift clusters on demand, monitored and operated jointly by Microsoft and Red Hat.

The latest Azure Red Hat OpenShift update delivers the following enhancements:

  • ARO support in Azure Terraform Provider: The AzureRM Terraform provider now supports managing Azure Red Hat Openshift resources. Hashicorp Terraform is an infrastructure-as-code tool that lets you define infrastructure resources in human-readable configuration files that can be versioned, reused and shared. 
  • Bring your own Network Security Groups: You can now attach your own NSGs that include both your organization’s security rules and ARO service rules. This will be applied to both master and worker subnets before installing ARO clusters with a flag indicating the presence of the NSGs. 
  • Azure Monitor Signals: You are able to provide ARO cluster Resource Health and integration with Azure Monitor Signals. Azure Monitor signals can be configured to generate alerts based on signals from Azure Red Hat OpenShift clusters.Learn more.
  • New GPU instance types for Day 2 operations: Azure Red Hat OpenShift now supports new GPU instance types that are aimed at Day 2 operations. The following GPU instance types are now supported: ND96asr_v4, NC24ads_A100_v4,NC48ads_A100_v4, NC96ads_A100_v4,and ND96amsr_A100_v4. Learn more.
  • ARO is now supported in the Taiwan Region: Azure Red Hat OpenShift is now supported in the Taiwan region providing more availability and fault tolerance to customers in this area. Learn more.
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