How to create a cluster in Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS with STS

Learn how to set up accounts and clusters with Red Hat® OpenShift® Service on AWS (ROSA) using AWS Security Token Service (STS) to help build container-based applications faster.

Please note, this is the deployment method that Red Hat recommends. For non-STS ROSA deployment, visit this page.

Learn how to set up accounts and clusters with Red Hat® OpenShift® Service on AWS (ROSA) using AWS Security Token Service (STS) to help build container-based applications faster.

Please note, this is the deployment method that Red Hat recommends. For non-STS ROSA deployment, visit this page.

Accessing a cluster using Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA) with STS

15 mins

Once a cluster is successfully created within your ROSA environment, there are a few ways to access it.  The preferred method is accessing your cluster using an identity provider (IDP) account.  

A screenshot of the Red Hat web console overview page displaying the current cluster status.
The Red Hat web console can be used to access your new cluster as well as the command line interface.

 

What will you learn?

  • Accessing your new cluster through Web Console
  • Granting administrator roles to specific user groups for cluster access
  • Best practice through IDP access
     

What do you need before starting?

Cluster access options

Once you know how to access your cluster in your preferred way, you are officially finished with standing up your cluster within a ROSA environment. Now you may use your new cluster or create more as needed.

Deleting a cluster

If you need to delete your cluster for any reason from your environment, it can be easily done from the ROSA CLI. 

This learning path is for operations teams or system administrators

Developers may want to check out Foundations of OpenShift on developers.redhat.com. 

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