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- No setup fee
- Free Trial
- Free/Freemium Version
- Premium Consulting / Integration Services
Starting price (does not include set up fee)
- $42 per month
Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform
- A Kubernetes platform on clients' own infrastructure designed with security in mind
- Build, deploy, and manage container-based applications consistently across cloud and on-premises infrastructure
- Full-stack automated operations to manage hybrid and multicloud deployments
Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated
- Professionally managed, enterprise grade Kubernetes
- Private, high-availability OpenShift clusters hosted on Amazon Web Services
- Delivered as a hosted service and supported by Red Hat
Red Hat | Microsoft Azure
- Enterprise-grade Kubernetes jointly managed by Microsoft and Red Hat
- Highly available Red Hat OpenShift clusters hosted on Microsoft Azure
- Delivered as a hosted service jointly engineered, operated, and supported by Red Hat and Microsoft
- Positively: I can have less silos as it can host any workload
- Negatively: Logs are not always clear, and that require longer time to troubleshoot.
- Negative on SMB, the "starter kit" is big for most of the SMB (at least in LATAM)
- Positive on the integration of components, could become the main PaaS really easy
- Faster time to market with faster application deployment.
- Improved risk management with better security policy.
- Multicloud container orchestration with no vendor lock-in.
- With its easy deployment, we were able to focus more on code.
- ROI was high, as we were able to save cost on hosting.
- ROI was high, as It was easily adopted by our existing resources.
- Diagnostic tools have reduced our live deployment time significantly
- Developers can collaborate easily from all our offices
- Automatic health checks have ensured fewer business downtimes
- Fast deployments of containers
- Single platform for all the containers
- Easy to manage the multiple and complex deployments
- Meet the project timelines with the help of automated process
- If it contributes to make more efficient and easy access to our services on the part of citizens, it is contributing to our main objective
- We wrapped up our POC with the conclusion to not use OpenShift. From the perspectives of setting up, future extension, maintenance, the richness of the features, and ROI, we don't think it will meet our requirements to support our business objectives.
- Reduce [the] friction of monitoring environments. This leads to [a] quicker troubleshooting process.
- Completely remove the need to authenticate each and every time you want to check on a specific environment.
- Faster deployment workflow increases [the] efficiency of developers when testing in lower environment containers.
- Increased development teams efficiency and freed up operations team resources
- Less actual servers to manage
- Better team autonomy
- Ease for scaling
- Improved time to market for business software
- Platform scalability made easy
- Easy monitoring, that means easier troubleshooting and improved software reliability
- Self-service namespaces let devs immediately provision infra resources rather than waiting days for a VM
- It is hosting several critical applications for our business
- It helped our organization adopt containers before we had a clear cloud strategy
- Faster deployment ready containers.
- Easily managable containers.
- Common platform to use for all container management issues.
- A significant increase in service availability.
- Increase deliveries.
- Reduce virtualization costs.
- Uniting our teams on a single platform was really cost effective.
- Allowed us to accelerate developers' productivity.
- It has made things more easily accessible to everyone.
- Customer support is good so we didn't need to hire any extra representatives to handle issues.
- Gives us the freedom to focus on code rather than deployment. Except for a few scenarios where it's been difficult to understand, it is good for anyone with decent experience.
- Obvious easy deployments convinced clients in shift to cloud technologies.
- High quality standards.
- Innovative and motivational culture.
- We expected an increase in deployment rates for applications as the developer is empowered, via workflow, to deploy applications.
- We expected that the added security of the system would help assist in ensuring that deployments were done correctly the first time.
- Ease of use
- Fast Deployment
- Easy set up
- ROI was positive because of far better operational costs.
- New clients have been attracted because of the container technology that allows them to deploy easily their own apps.
- OpenShift helps to create a DevOps culture.
- I did not use it for my own business but my project links became popular as it was easy to circulate.
- Increased output from R&D function
- Reduced time to proof of concept or MVP
- I have been able to cut my hosting costs almost to zero without sacrificing the ability to handle higher loads down the road.
- I haven't received messages about the site being down since I started using OpenShift. I don't have to worry about fixing things myself when/if the network or some hardware fails.
- Saved hosting cost.
- Saved money during setup and management.
- Trustworthy preconfigured cartridges save on security.
- Resource Utilization.
- Developer friendly.
- For production environments it has some performance issues.