Hybrid cloud blog

September 9, 2021

Private Matters - ROSA and AWS PrivateLink Working Together

AWS PrivateLink provides private connectivity between VPCs, AWS services, and your on-premises networks, without exposing your traffic to the public internet. AWS PrivateLink makes it easy to connect ...

Mayur Shetty and Paul Czarkowski

August 25, 2021

Creating a ROSA Cluster Using STS

Traditionally, the creation of a Red Hat OpenShift on AWS (ROSA) cluster required an Identity and Access Management (IAM) user with elevated permissions. However, with the implementation of the ...

Steve Mirman

July 14, 2021

OpenShift on ARM Developer Preview Now Available for AWS

At Red Hat, new hardware is exciting! It enables us to present compelling, new choices to our customers. In 2018, we introduced Red Hat Enterprise Linux for ARM on Amazon EC2 A1 instances. This was ...

Jeremy Poulin, Yaakov Selkowitz, Andy McCrae and Christian Glombek

June 8, 2021

Using VPC Peering to Connect an OpenShift Service on an AWS (ROSA) Cluster to an Amazon RDS MySQL Database in a Different VPC

Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA) provides an integrated experience to use OpenShift. If you are already familiar with OpenShift, you can accelerate your application development process by ...

Mayur Shetty

April 27, 2021

Try Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated for 60 Days

We are excited to announce the availability of a 60-day trial of Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated, a fully-managed Red Hat OpenShift service on Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Google Cloud. This trial gives ...

Alexa Overbay

March 24, 2021

Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS is now Generally Available

Now more than ever, organizations increasingly need to deliver high quality, innovative applications that provide greater business value and effectively scale according to rapidly changing demands. ...

Andrew Cathrow

March 22, 2021

How to Offer Service Running on OpenShift on AWS to Other AWS VPCs, Privately

If you are offering a service running on OpenShift on AWS for other AWS customers, and for security reasons you want them to access the service directly over the AWS network and not over the ...

Mayur Shetty

February 26, 2021

Running an OpenShift Worker Node on AWS Wavelength for Edge Applications

This article provides the steps to run OpenShift on edge computing solutions being deployed by AWS. This provides a unique value proposition for applications that want to remain agnostic toward ...

Ashish Aggarwal

January 21, 2021

Control Regional Access to Your Service on OpenShift Running on AWS

In the last blog, we talked about how to find out and block the IP address of the clients accessing our service running on OpenShift. Once you have your content created as a service running on ...

Mayur Shetty

December 11, 2020

Access Control to Services Running on OpenShift Using ELB Access Logs, AWS Athena, and Network ACL’s

One thing every developer or operations personnel would like to know is who is accessing their application or service. They want information on the requester, IP address, and request type for not ...

Mayur Shetty

November 30, 2020

See Us Speaking at AWS: Reinvent This Week

  If you use Amazon Web Services at all, you might have signed up for their numerous virtual online events in December. This week's AWS: Reinvent agenda includes various Red Hatters on hand to ...

Alex Handy

November 16, 2020

Introducing Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS

In May 2020, Red Hat & AWS announced a new fully-managed and jointly supported offering, combining the power of Red Hat OpenShift, the industry’s leading enterprise Kubernetes platform, and the ...

Andy Cathrow