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Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated

Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated logo

Enterprise ready

Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated logo

Enterprise ready

Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated

By Red Hat

Enterprise ready

Managed Red Hat OpenShift clusters on AWS or Google Cloud backed by 24x7 Premium support and a 99.95% uptime SLA.

Software version

4

Product type

Platform

Delivery method

SaaS

Rating

1 review

Reduce operational overhead and get your applications to market quickly with an enterprise Kubernetes platform professionally managed by Red Hat, but installed and managed on your AWS or Google Cloud account. OpenShift Dedicated includes Linux® operating system, container runtime, networking, monitoring, container registry, authentication, and authorization solutions. It supports connecting to a local or cloud datacenter, implementing a more secure, flexible, hybrid cloud IT strategy.

Professionally managed infrastructure

Our proven and experienced Red Hat OpenShift operations team manages infrastructure configuration, maintenance, and security. There are no virtual machines (VMs) to operate, and no patching is required.

Highly available

OpenShift Dedicated comes with a 99.95% availability SLA and 24x7 Premium support.

Flexible pricing and consumption

Leverage your existing cloud provider agreements for infrastructure costs. Scale clusters as you go and pay only for what you need.

Self-service

Use OpenShift Cluster Manager to deploy, view, scale, and delete clusters, configure optional components, and schedule upgrades.

Account prerequisites

Prerequisites: 1. Link your Red Hat account to your account in the Red Hat Marketplace. 2. Configure your AWS or Google Cloud account as described in Requirements for Customer Cloud Subscriptions (https://www.openshift.com/dedicated/ccs). In addition, with the Customer Cloud Subscription model for OpenShift Dedicated infrastructure billing, customers pay their cloud infrastructure vendor directly for cloud resource usage.

Terms and conditions

The terms and conditions for Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated are the Enterprise Agreement and Appendix 4 set forth at www.redhat.com/agreements.

Pricing summary

Plans starting at

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Trial length of 60 days

Backed by Red Hat’s award-winning site reliability engineering (SRE) team

Self-supported

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Reviews

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  • Anuj N.

    Anuj N.

    Consultant at Deloitte, DevOps, Jenkins, Ansible, Docker, Openshift, GCP, Sonar, K8s, Github, PCF

    Review source: Organic
    Review source: Organic
    Not ratedAug 26, 2021

    "OpenShift for Deployment"

    Describe the project or task the product helped with:

    I have never used openshift but when I used it in my last project, it gave me so much flexibility for deploying applications. I was able to test my application smoothly, and load testing also works with the 1 file configuration changed on the open shift console I was able to find the correct resources for the project. My role was devops engineer in the project and I enjoyed it alot.

    What do you like best?

    Flexibility for the application. Debugging the application and security, we can attach to the container like an aqua scan: Scale-up and scale-down options. Also, the vertical & horizontal scanning. Routes, Networking everything is sorted and the pod anytime we can delete in one click and deploy again in one click.

    What do you dislike?

    Starting with the one who doesn't know anything for them, we don't have basic information on the red hat. Also, I am exploring this as this is more demand in the market. Hopefully, after 2-3 years, I will be able to get all the details.

    What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

    We are managing multiple applications in one place with customized configurations and debugging for the application that problem resolved by seeking the logs in the pods.