Focus on writing code and let OpenShift build, run, and scale your applications in the cloud.
OpenShift Container Platform is a powerful corporate platform for developing, deploying, and operating classic and container applications in physical, virtual, and public cloud environments. The solution is based on proven open source technologies. The platform significantly facilitates the work of application developers and DevOps specialists. It accelerates development processes, helps to upgrade application solutions and launch new services.
• Rapid launch of new products and services to market
• Accelerate application development
• Highly Available, Secure, and Reliable platform
• Enterprise-grade platform with no vendor lock-in
• DevOps and department-wide collaboration
• Implement microservice architecture based on containers
• Orchestration platform with self-service provisioning
• Built-in automation tools and CI/CD services
• Application routing, load balancing and scalability
• Middleware, languages, and frameworks out of the box
Leverage Kubernetes capabilities to orchestrate and host microservices and container applications.
Store container images in the built-in container registry to manage application lifecycle.
Easily create and manage applications using web-console or command-line tools.
Monitor cluster resources and status of applications by using logging and monitoring services.
Choose from a variety of programming languages, frameworks, and databases combined in one platform.
Take advantage of automatic routing and application traffic balancing. Expose your applications inside the company or in the Internet.
Leverage the platform for stateful solutions with the help of persistent storage support.
Integration with well-known cloud providers such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud Platform (GCP), Microsoft Azure.
Standardize and automate application building, deploying, and scaling.
Ensure continuous operation of applications and services at any time.
Choose and configure build strategies using the default CI / CD tools - Source 2 Image (S2I), Jenkins Pipeline, Docker Build - or integrate third party services.
Control who can access the resources and objects of applications and services. Multi-tenancy support and network isolation for each project based on Software-Defined Networking (SDN).