With certified components by Red Hat and ISI partners, it's based on a 'powerful Open Source technology that includes a broad equal system.
Using Atomic, Kubernetes, Docker and Red Hat Enterprise Linux, OpenShift can integrate with exiting tools and infrastructure, while assuring the security compliances and rehabilitating business commands.
More speed, more efficiency and more motivation are the main components from this application. Able to build, deploy and scale as fast as you know it.
Why choose OpenShift by Red Hat?
OpenShift is a container platform that includes Kubernetes on it. It promotes an easy deployment and scale with a PaaS and laaS flexibility for integrated solutions. OpenShift was built based on Red Hat Entreprise Linux that runs in a bare-metal, virtual, containerised in private or public clouds, all of them mixed by Red Hat winning support.
This solution can be used as an application platform by developers and IT organisations. Customers can also use Red Hat OpenShift online, instead of managing their own OpenShift clusters.
This way you can...
Rely on shorter application development cycles, and deliver better quality software, with greater adoption among users.
Build a real hybrid cloud container platform and deploy OpenShift in the cloud or on your own datacenter. Migrate applications seamlessly, no matter where you run.
Operate with confidence
OpenShift tests hundreds of technologies with Kubernetes, and helps teams manage container security from the operating system through the application.
How does OpenShift by RedHat works?
OpenShift is built based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, bringing the same stability and performance provided by RHEL to all the applications running in OpenShift.
- The Master is the host that contains and provides the API, orchestration and scheduling. It manages nodes and schedules pods to run on nodes;
- A Node is a Linux container that provides all the required services to run pods assigned by the master;
- Pods run one or more containers as a single unit, each pod has its own IP and containers, and they can share their local storage;
- Containers are the basic unit applications of OpenShift Container Platform, they are lightweight to run a framework, databases and others applications.
*Source: Red Hat website
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