Azure Red Hat OpenShift

Deploy and scale containers on managed Red Hat OpenShift.


The Microsoft Azure Red Hat OpenShift service enables you to deploy fully managed OpenShift clusters. Azure Red Hat OpenShift extends Kubernetes. Running containers in production with Kubernetes requires additional tools and resources. This often includes needing to juggle image registries, storage management, networking solutions, and logging and monitoring tools - all of which must be versioned and tested together. Building container-based applications requires even more integration work with middleware, frameworks, databases, and CI/CD tools. Azure Red Hat OpenShift combines all this into a single platform, bringing ease of operations to IT teams while giving application teams what they need to execute.

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Microsoft Azure is excited to announce a new Secure Baseline scenario in the Landing Zone Accelerator for Azure App Service. This new scenario provides a simple, secure starting point to build...
Take advantage of the features in OpenShift version 4.11.
Expanded regional availability and several new features for workload optimization, enhanced security, and performance.
Azure Red Hat OpenShift is now available in Qatar Central region.
Today we’re pleased to announce the general availability of Azure Red Hat OpenShift on Microsoft Azure Government, combining world-class Azure infrastructure with a leading enterprise Kubernetes...
Azure Red Hat OpenShift is now generally available for Azure Government customers (federal, state, local governments, and their partners).
Azure Red Hat OpenShift is now available in Brazil Southeast region.
The Azure Red Hat OpenShift guide delivers resources that help design, deploy, and maintain well architected Azure Red Hat OpenShift platforms.
Azure Red Hat OpenShift is now available in West Central US, Australia Central, and Sweden Central.
OVN-Kubernetes Container Network Interface (CNI) for Azure Red Hat OpenShift cluster is now in public preview.
You can now use jointly developed guidance from Red Hat and Microsoft to get JBoss EAP applications up and running quickly on Azure Red Hat OpenShift.