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OpenShift, Made Simple

Red Hat® OpenShift®, a hybrid cloud, enterprise Kubernetes platform, enables you to build, deploy and manage container-based applications across cloud and on-premises infrastructure.

With Equinix Metal™ and an integrated deployment process, you can deliver better applications faster with Red Hat OpenShift across our global footprint.

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Why OpenShift?

  • Deploy Anywhere, Connect Everything

    Equinix has a global footprint that is interconnected to all major clouds and networks.

  • Automate all the Things Faster

    Deploying Red Hat OpenShift on Equinix Metal takes about twenty minutes.

  • Modernize in one Place

    With Red Hat OpenShift, you can modernize your applications across both cloud and on-premises infrastructure.

  • Consistent Experience

    With a consistent user interface, get the same experience across on-prem, Equinix Metal or public cloud.

  • Dedicated Environments

    Automated bare metal delivers a powerful, single-tenant enterprise environment with a single API call.

  • Ideal Hardware for Your Investment

    Equinix Metal helps you get the most out of your infrastructure with the latest generation Intel and AMD systems.

New to OpenShift on bare metal?
Check out this guide on openshift.com to get started!

Red Hat OpenShift on Equinix Metal – Deliver Applications Faster

Automate the end-to-end install of Red Hat OpenShift on Equinix Metal servers.

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We provide:

  1. API-driven bare metal in global locations.
  2. Fast, automated deployments – takes about 20 minutes.
  3. Consistent user experience across on-prem, Equinix Metal or public cloud Create an account to get started.

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Because Equinix is giving us the actual bare metal machines, we still have that first layer of virtualization extensions that we can use to isolate our guest machines from one another. None of the other cloud providers provide that.

Jake Moshenko, Co-founder, Red Hat Quay
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