Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated Price Reduced by 75% on Average and SLA Improved to 99.95%
October 7, 2020 | by
Did you know the Red Hat site reliability engineering (SRE) team has been managing Kubernetes at scale since 2015? We have more experience managing Kubernetes than most cloud providers. This commitment to proactively serving our customers has not only fostered our Kubernetes expertise, it’s given us the scale and efficiencies to restructure our pricing and pass these savings directly on to you.
Azure Red Hat OpenShift and Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Cloud now have a new three-year pricing option and a $263/year per cluster fee (equivalent to $0.03/hour), with worker node price reductions of up to 79% per node with a minimum of two nodes.
The infrastructure cost for Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated on AWS and Google Cloud will not change, but the cost to add additional worker nodes to this subscription has been reduced by 50%.
Price changes are effective today and you can find more information on our pricing page. The new prices are summarized below:
Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated on AWS and Google Cloud
Azure Red Hat OpenShift
Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Cloud
equivalent to $263/year
as low as $0.076/hour
equivalent to $667/year**
Service level agreement
* Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated billed annually; hourly pricing for illustration purposes only.
**Pricing based on 4vCPU, 3 year contract. Minimum worker node configuration required.
*** Red Hat Openshift on IBM cloud offers SLA of 99.99
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