OpenShift Concepts

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OpenShift Concepts TODEPLETE


The OpenShift is a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) based on industry standards. It provides development environments on demand. It is a polyglot offering, including a range of languages, frameworks, runtimes and databases. It automates management of the entire application life cycle: build, deploy and retire. It enables collaboration between developers on projects. OpenShift is PaaS by RedHat: an enterprise-grade, secure, multi-language, auto-scaling, self-service, elastic could application platform, automated with CI/CD and built on Red Hat technologies. OpenShift is supported anywhere RHEL is: bare metal, virtualized infrastructure (Red Hat Virtualization, vSphere, Hyper-V), OpenStack platform, public cloud providers (Amazon, Google, Azure). It runs on RHEL and Red Hat Atomic. OpenShift extends Kubernetes to provide a more feature rich development lifecycle platform.


This page contains links to concepts that are OpenShift specific. For generic Kubernetes concepts see:

Kubernetes Concepts