This technical guide shows an administrator how to deploy Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.4 with the Dell EMC Ready Bundle for Red Hat OpenStack Version 10.0.1, based on the Red Hat OpenStack Platform (OSP) 10.
Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, based on the open source project called Origin, is a platform for developing and managing powerful containerized applications within an OpenShift cluster. OpenShift is a Platform as a Service (PaaS) solution that enables developers to create and deploy applications with more predictability, greater ease, and less operator intervention. It manages deployments and provides application scalability services. OpenShift Container Platform 3.4 is deployed on Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 7, and is comprised of application containers powered by Docker, and orchestration and management provided by Kubernetes.
Integration of OpenShift with OpenStack allows the organization to leverage existing operational techniques and organizational policies, adding a layer of deployment and redeployment flexibility not common in non-virtual deployments. This solution explains how OpenShift Container Platform usage can occur on a robust OpenStack infrastructure.
For a summary of the Dell EMC Ready Bundle for Red Hat OpenStack and all technical resources, including documentation on integrating OpenShift with CloudForms, please visit our main OpenStack TechCenter page.