We use it to host our integration …
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Entry-level set up fee?
- 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
- It is way simpler than Openstack so it requires less number of employees.
- It can host both containerized applications and Virtual machines which makes it a great candidate to be a common infrastructure for both legacy workloads and new workloads.
We use it to host our integration platform. As [the] first step, we use its container orchestration capabilities.
It enables us to build applications using a choice of programming languages, frameworks, and application lifecycle tools.
It allowed us to switch our existing project environments from traditional virtualization to the containerized world without excessive costs.
2. Learning platform to cloud technologies / Computer Science / DevOps (e.g. kubernetes, minishift).
3. An experimenting / testing platform to test new services, functions, features.
4. As a showcasing platform, where staging working prototypes are presented to clients.
It was helpful in these ways:
1) very easy to upload
2) Easy manuals are available
3) Easy troubleshooting
It was not only one application but multiple applications. I could deploy the applications with ease and use OpenShift for software as a service. Links were quite responsive and compatible with other SAAS as well. My DB was also always deployed on the cloud.
Previously, developers would have been limited to the languages and tools available to them, which restricted innovation. The speed at which environments can be created has enabled great creativity.
From developing these applications, I have learned a lot about OpenShift. I really like their devops architecture such as using environment variables per environment for username/passwords, so no need to maintain extra properties files. I like their "hooks" that triggers builds when a code is pushed-in using GIT or you can customize the process how you like using OpenShift marker files. They also have support for Docker integration which makes it more worthwhile to integrate applications using OpenShift now.