Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.7 released
Red Hat has launched the latest OpenShift Container Platform 3.7, the version of Red Hat’s enterprisegrade Kubernetes container application platform. As application complexity and cloud incompatibility increase, Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.7 will help IT organisations to build and manage applications that use services from the data centre to the public cloud.
The latest version of the industry’s most comprehensive enterprise Kubernetes platform includes native integrations with Amazon Web Services (AWS) service brokers, which enable developers to bind services across AWS and on-premise resources to create modern applications while providing a consistent, open standards-based foundation to drive business evolution.
“We are excited about our collaboration with Red Hat and the general availability of the first AWS service brokers in Red Hat OpenShift. The ability to seamlessly configure and deploy a range of AWS services from within OpenShift will allow our customers to benefit from AWS’s rapid pace of innovation, both on-premises and in the cloud,” said Matt Yanchyshyn, director, partner solution architecture,
Amazon Web Services, Inc.
Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.7 will ship with the OpenShift template broker, which turns any OpenShift template into a discoverable service for application developers using OpenShift.
OpenShift templates are lists of OpenShift objects that can be implemented within specific parameters, making it easier for IT organisations to deploy reusable, composite applications comprising microservices.