OpenShift by Red Hat continues to evolve

Live Cell Therapy


The big question is how much Red Hat wants for the product. For the online version, this is an easy question to answer: The starter package – with one project, 1GB of RAM, and 1GB of storage – is free of charge. For a minimum of $50 per month, the Pro Plan comes with more initial RAM, CPU, and storage, which can also be expanded as needed. Complete pricing information can be found online [9].

Red Hat continues to quote prices for a dedicated environment at a minimum of $48,000 per year, and you can add various resources for a surcharge. Red Hat will only quote prices for on-premise installation.


Red Hat's OpenShift continues to evolve in leaps and bounds. If you want to enter the world of Kubernetes now and you have little or no previous experience, the product is exactly what you need: The barriers to entry are pleasingly low, and you can look forward to having a Kubernetes platform up and running in next to no time.

The GUI adds genuine value for administrators, users, and developers by filling in the gap in Kubernetes in a gratifying way. However, experienced console jockeys still have the ability to control their environment from the command line.

Many of the features that have been implemented over the past few months are very helpful, such as F5 support. I am definitely looking forward to the next set of innovations.

The Author

Martin Gerhard Loschwitz is a Telekom Public Cloud Architect for T-Systems and primarily works on topics such as OpenStack, Ceph, and Kubernetes.

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