Getting started with Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA)

Learn how to get started on Red Hat® OpenShift® Service on AWS, including how to use AWS Security Token Service (STS) to deploy a cluster. Once you’ve finished, proceed to part two and learn how to deploy an application on your new cluster.

Learn how to get started on Red Hat® OpenShift® Service on AWS, including how to use AWS Security Token Service (STS) to deploy a cluster. Once you’ve finished, proceed to part two and learn how to deploy an application on your new cluster.

Next steps after creating a Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS cluster

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You have officially deployed your Red Hat® OpenShift® Service on AWS (ROSA) cluster and completed this learning path. 

After completing this tutorial, you now have:

  • Experience setting up and deploying a ROSA cluster with STS
  • Experience performing common tasks like:
    • User access and elevated permissions
    • Managing worker nodes
    • Scaling and autoscaling
    • Upgrading
    • Delete the cluster

What comes next?

Next, learn how to deploy an application, so you can build container-based applications faster, even if you’ve just gotten started with ROSA.

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