Red Hat OpenShift now Generally Available on AWS Console
Developers will be enticed by the undemanding prospects of containerization on Amazon Web Services.
With ROSA (Red hat Openshift Service on AWS), Openshift developers will have bypassed manual infrastructure configuration during Kubernetes cluster creation.
ROSA brings Red Hat OpenShift closer to AWS services.
Developers could also enjoy the unified billing model on AWS to support a single-vendor experience.
Diversified cloud computing firm Amazon last week partnered with Red Hat to deliver Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA), a managed service operated on the AWS Console, giving familiar OpenShift developers a more effortless containerization experience. They join the list of a litany of companies and government agencies that employ Red Hat's Kubernetes platform, Red Hat OpenShift.
Customers now stand to relish simplified Kubernetes cluster creation and management via Red Hat OpenShift Application Programming Interface and tooling ignoring manual scaling and management of underlying infrastructure. ROSA eases Red Hat OpenShift workloads into AWS cloud, incorporating other AWS services
ROSA is a built-on AWS platform with on-demand access via the same console as other AWS accessories, relieving users of the burden of manual deployment of Openshift into AWS for application deployment. By its standards, the management of OpenShift clusters is the responsibility of Red Hat and AWS engineers, with the backing of a 99.95% service level agreement. ROSA also maintains essential compliance added with SOC-2, PCI, and ISO-27001.
Eliminating the complexity of multiple vendors will regulate billing and customer support on AWS. ROSA adopts an elastic pricing model that supports periodical billing for organizations and container cluster deployment-based billing for customers.
Cognizant is a technology company with a global reach specializing in business consulting, information technology, and outsourcing services. Cognizant customers can leverage ROSA to run OpenShift workloads on AWS. Assistant Vice President of AWS Business Group, Cognizant, Raghuraman Chandrasekharan labeled ROSA a landing zone for customers vying to delegate the task of infrastructure and platform services so they can focus on pertinent ordeals.
Another organization with pertinent statements in IBM Red Hat, Accenture Cloud First of Accenture AWS Business Group (AABG) has a large scope in the management of monolithic container solutions. The Global Director of the Accenture AWS Business Group Accenture, Andy Tay, spoke about leveraging adept expertise in designing and implementing large-scale and vital Red Hat OpenShift clusters, not just active and deployed to the cloud uniquely positioned for proficient integration of AWS and Red Hat.
Persistent Systems is on the list of ROSA partners with Red Hat and AWS, a technology services company providing digitized acceleration, contemporary enterprise, and next-generation engineering services. Alliance and Industrial Solutions Unit President, Persistent Systems, Jiani Zhang, spoke of his excitement about the partnership, citing that Persistent Systems' clients can integrate critical software modernization.
Red Hat OpenShift, the self-contained platform, has been around for many years and has developed into a globally used Kubernetes platform.
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