Overview: How to deploy an application using Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS
Need to get set up in Red Hat OpenShift Service for AWS (ROSA) first? Go to the Getting Started with OpenShift Service on AWS learning path.
If you have already successfully deployed a cluster, you can deploy an application on it. This learning path uses a pre-built application that will allow us to become more familiar with some of the features of Red Hat OpenShift/Kubernetes.
In this learning path, we assume you have already successfully provisioned a Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS cluster and are able to use it. If you have not yet created one, see the Getting started with Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS learning path.
What do you need before starting?
- A working OpenShift Service on AWS cluster
- OpenShift command line interface (CLI)
- GitHub account
What is included in this learning path?
- Health check
- Networking, scaling, and logging
- Source-to-Image deployment options
What will you get?
- A running application on an OpenShift Service on AWS cluster
- Experience self-healing applications
- Knowledge of configuration management through ConfigMaps, secrets, and environment variables
- Options for automated deployment
Get more support
- Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS frequently asked questions
- Troubleshoot with Red Hat support
- Troubleshoot with AWS support