Red Hat’s Partners play a key role in developing customer relationships, understanding customer needs, and providing comprehensive joint solutions. As customers use Red Hat technologies to help solve increasingly complex business issues, partners provide reliable guidance, technical information, and even engineered integrations to assist customers in making sound technology decisions.
For this post, the focus is on partners that are helping to showcase their technology paired with the OpenShift platform. Whether this is technology from our system vendor partners, independent software vendors (ISVs), or cloud service providers, we are including a library of reference architectures here. Reference Architectures combine partner technology with Red Hat technology to formulate a best-practices design and to simplify the process for creating a stable, highly-available, and repeatable environment on which to run your applications on OpenShift.
In alphabetical order, the following are design and/or deployment specific guides highlighting currently supported (as of this blog authoring) versions of OpenShift with our partners. I hope to update this post periodically as new solutions emerge and older ones are refreshed.
I do apologize if I’ve mistakenly left any partner solution out of the table above. Please feel free to make a comment below and we’ll work to add yours to the library above.
Red Hat authored Reference Architectures
If you’re interested in Red Hat authored Reference Architectures, head on over to a blog post authored by Marc Curry who’s got you covered on popular Cloud Infrastructure providers like Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure public cloud, Google Cloud Platform (GCP), Red Hat OpenStack Platform, VMWare vSphere, and Red Hat Virtualization (RHV).
Red Hat Partner Program
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