Developing and deploying apps on an application platform such as Azure Red Hat OpenShift is designed to be efficient, scalable and secure. That efficiency can present an array of benefits based on the organization’s previous architecture, cloud experience, and business and technical goals. Set your team up for success and realize the efficiencies of your app platform more quickly by using best practices created by a team of Microsoft and Red Hat container experts who build ARO solutions for their teams and Azure customers.  Last week Microsoft released the Landing Zone Accelerator for Azure Red Hat OpenShift which provides architectural guidance, reference architecture, reference implementation and packaged automation to help ARO operators design and deploy a well-architected ARO platform to suit their needs.

“Using the self-service solution that is the ARO landing zone accelerator, you can learn some of the important architectural considerations and recommendations that need to be decided upon to ensure you are deploying your ARO platform the right way. You can explore the critical design areas and make important decisions based on the guidance. When it is time for deployment, you don’t have to start from scratch. Instead, you have ready to deploy Terraform templates as well as Azure CLI deployment steps that can significantly speed up your journey to production. You add a backlog item to periodically revisit the guidance to make sure your site's workload platform is incorporating any new recommendations and to evaluate any architectural changes made to the platform since it was last reviewed, knowing the landing zone accelerator will continue to evolve with ARO.”

  • “Announcing landing zone accelerator for Azure Red Hat OpenShift (ARO)”, Aug 31, 2022, Microsoft blog 

Check out the Microsoft blog and the Azure Red Hat OpenShift Landing Zone Accelerator documentation to set the stage for building, deploying and scaling your apps with Azure Red Hat OpenShift.

Image 1: Azure Red Hat OpenShift reference architecture.

 


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