To install OpenShift Data Science, click the Enable Red Hat OpenShift button and Download the CLI.
Next, you will need to log in to your Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS account. Make sure that you log in as Cluster-Admin (see Figure 1).
Enter your username and password, as shown in Figure 2.
If your login was successful, you should see the ROSA overview page, as shown in Figure 3.
You are now ready to install Red Hat OpenShift Data Science. Select the waffle (grid) icon in the upper-right corner of the console (highlighted in Figure 4).
Choose Red Hat Hybrid Cloud Console from the options displayed and navigate to the Clusters option in the left navigation panel. You should now see your newly created cluster listed. See Figure 5.
To meet the prerequisites for installing OpenShift Data Science on your cluster, we need to create a machine pool with the necessary vCPU and memory requirements. The Install button will be disabled until we do so.
Click on the Machine pools tab and then the Add machine pool button, as shown in Figure 6.
Give your machine pool a name, select the m5.4xlarge node instance from the dropdown menu, and click Add machine pool. See Figure 7.
Click the Add-ons tab. See Figure 8.
In the Add ons tab, you will see a list (in card format) of the applications and services that are available to install on your cluster. Select Red Hat OpenShift Data Science and click the Install button. See Figure 9.
Once Red Hat OpenShift Data Science has finished installing, click the Open in Console button. See Figure 10.
A login screen will appear, as shown in Figure 11. Log in with your ROSA credentials.
Once you have logged into ROSA, click on the waffle (grid) icon and choose the Red Hat OpenShift Data Science menu option. See Figure 12.
You will be prompted to log in again. Once logged in, you will be in the Red Hat OpenShift Data Science platform! From there, you can choose from a number of data science platform applications and services to work with, such as Jupyter notebooks.
This ends our learning path. Explore additional resources for ROSA below.
Watch this video to learn how to deploy a Red Hat OpenShift cluster to AWS using Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS.
Read the documentation for Deploying ROSA without AWS STS, which is a requirement for using OpenShift Data Science.
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