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The Developer Sandbox for Red Hat OpenShift is a great place to experiment with new technologies and build your next application. It comes with pre-built sample applications and guided tutorials you can use to learn how to use the latest cloud development tools from Red Hat and its partners.

To help developers get started, Red Hat and Amazon Web Services (AWS) are partnering to offer free access to the Developer Sandbox for OpenShift AWS users.

The Developer Sandbox makes it easy to learn about the concepts of cloud computing. We offer safe environments where you can play, experiment, and learn with your own applications and other users' code.

This learning lab features a variety of tools you can use to build the next big application. It includes live chat with OpenShift experts, free tutorials, and built-in tooling to help you ramp up with cloud development quickly.

You can get a free, 30-day trial of Red Hat OpenShift and a rich set of pre-configured developer tools and services. During this trial, you can request an extension or assistance from the Red Hat team at devsandbox@redhat.com. After your trial, you can develop your own OpenShift environment with Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS, export applications from the sandbox, and import them into your running OpenShift cluster. Plus, you can sign up for the trial multiple times.

Let's look at some features of the Developer Sandbox for Red Hat OpenShift:

  • Integrated development environment: With the IDE included as part of Red Hat OpenShift Dev Spaces, you can create code using high-grade containerized stacks, see live updates as you code, and share your workspace with team members, all from a browser-based interface.
  • Event-driven applications: Connect your applications to databases provided as a service like MongoDB Atlas, and manage consumption and usage stats within the Developer Sandbox with Red Hat OpenShift Database Access. And by using Apache Kafka provided as a service by Red Hat OpenShift Streams for Kafka, you can create event-driven applications that respond to real-time data streams.
  • AI/ML models: Train and test artificial intelligence and machine learning models hosted in your Developer Sandbox environment with Red Hat OpenShift Data Science.

Start your developer journey today

Start a free 30-day trial of Red Hat OpenShift and get started with containers, Kubernetes, and developer tools. You can create your own OpenShift environment with Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS, export applications from the Developer Sandbox, and import them into your running cluster. Get started now at no cost.

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