On May 13, 2020, Red Hat and AWS announced Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA), representing an expansion of our collaboration. This document provides Red Hat customers and partners with detailed information about this announcement.
Red Hat and AWS are collaborating to deliver Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS, a jointly managed and supported Red Hat OpenShift offering in the public cloud that combines the power of Red Hat OpenShift, the industry’s most comprehensive enterprise Kubernetes platform on the AWS public cloud.
Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS is a fully-managed service of Red Hat OpenShift deployed and operated on AWS, jointly managed and supported by both Red Hat and AWS.
We expect to launch a preview in the coming months and GA in the second half of 2020. Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform and Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated, are currently available on AWS and customers looking to use Red Hat OpenShift on AWS can use these options today.
If you would like to participate in the upcoming preview of Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS, please fill out this form to register your interest. We will notify all accepted participants via email as soon as the preview is available.
Customers looking to use the power of Red Hat OpenShift on AWS now have an additional option to get started on their Red Hat OpenShift journey.
Today, customers have a couple of options to deploy Red Hat OpenShift on AWS:
This service adds a third deployment option, a fully-managed Red Hat OpenShift service jointly managed and supported by Red Hat and AWS that is launched directly through the AWS console and invoiced as part of your AWS bill.
Yes. Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS will integrate with a range of AWS compute, database, analytics, machine learning, networking, mobile, and various application services which will enable customers to benefit from the 170+ AWS services which scale on-demand across the globe. These AWS native services will be directly accessible to quickly deploy and scale services through the same management interface.
Customers will be able to launch and manage Red Hat OpenShift clusters directly from the AWS console. As with other AWS services, such as EC2, customers will not have to explicitly purchase the service, they will just spin up Red Hat OpenShift clusters and will be charged based on their consumption.
No. You will receive a single invoice from AWS.
Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS is a jointly supported service. Customers can call either Red Hat or AWS for support.
Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS offering models, including instance sizes, terms, and pricing will be announced in the coming months.