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.

Next steps after creating a cluster in Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS with STS.

2 mins

You have created a Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA) cluster with STS and completed this learning path. 

After completing this tutorial, you now have:

  • Experience setting up a ROSA cluster with STS
  • An example cluster for demonstration purposes
  • Working knowledge of ROSA clusters so you can support your development team in building applications faster
  • A prepared environment ready for more cluster deployments and management 

With this experience creating a cluster, you’re now ready to help your developers build container-based applications faster.

 

What comes next?

 

Next, learn how to use the odo command line tool to build and deploy applications on OpenShift, so you can reduce cognitive load, even if you’re working on complex applications built using a mixed stack of component solutions.

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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