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Managed service

Enjoy a fully managed Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated trial cluster with self-service sign-up and cluster provisioning in your cloud account.
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Cost
Cost
Free*
Features & highlights
Features & highlights
Backed by Red Hat’s award winning site reliability engineering (SRE) team, offering self-service sign-up and activation
Trial length
Trial Length
60 days
Requirements
Requirements
Amazon Web Services (AWS) or Google Cloud account

*You might incur your own infrastructure costs.

Self-managed

Deploy and manage Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform in the cloud, on your computer, or in your data center.
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Cost
Cost
Free*
Features & highlights
Features & highlights
Most flexible and customizable deployment to any environment, with full cluster administrator access
Trial length
Trial Length
60 days
Requirements
Requirements
Existing infrastructure or cloud account

*You might incur your own infrastructure costs.

These trials are not intended for production use. It includes access to the latest and previous version of the product, and it requires a Red Hat account. By proceeding, you agree to the product trial terms.

Want to learn more before starting a free trial?
Try our interactive tutorials.

Migrating Java workloads to Red Hat OpenShift

Deploy a Java application on Kubernetes in minutes. Learn how to move your existing Java app without changing a single line of code.

10 Minutes | beginner

Getting started with Red Had OpenShift
Use the OpenShift Container Platform to build and deploy applications using both containers and orchestration.

10 minutes | beginner

Logging in to a Red Hat OpenShift cluster
Access and login to an OpenShift cluster using the web console and command line, then add collaborators on your projects.

10 minutes | beginner

Developing with odo
Access and login to an OpenShift cluster using the web console and command line, then add collaborators on your projects.

15 minutes | beginner

Deploying applications from images
Deploy an application from an existing Docker-formatted image using the OpenShift web console and the command line using oc.

Spring & SpringBoot on Red Hat OpenShift

Spring Boot gives you the runtimes you need to make Spring Framework-based applications.

10 Minutes | beginner
Deploying applications from source
Deploy an application from source code contained in a a Git repository using a Source-to-image (S2I) builder using Python.
15 Minutes | beginner
Connecting to a database using port forwarding
Use the oc interactive shell to access a database, use port forwarding to temporarily expose a database outside of Red Hat OpenShift, and access it from a database tool running on your local machine.
15 Minutes | beginner
Using the CLI to manage resource objects

Use the oc command line to determine what resource objects have been created related to your application and how you can query or update them.

60 Minutes | beginner
Red Hat OpenShift 4.5 playground

Explore Red Hat OpenShift 4.5 using this playground, which gives you access to an unstructured learning approach for experimentation.