Azure Red Hat OpenShift ARO Integration

The recently released Azure Red Hat OpenShift (ARO) offering from Microsoft and Red Hat provides a managed OpenShift deployment on Microsoft’s Azure cloud. The integrations of ARO into the rest of the Azure ecosystem work in a manner very similar to that of Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS), which makes sense given they are both Kubernetes offerings – OpenShift uses the standard Kubernetes project with additional capability well suited to enterprise use.

I’ll be creating a few posts about various aspects of that integration.

The services that ARO rely on from the Azure catalogue are listed below. Not all of them are required of course – for example you could use the OpenShift built-in container registry or any other private container registries instead of using the Azure Container Registry. However the point of this post is to talk about the integrations that do exist.

I’ll update the list above with links as I complete the posts for those topics – and call out the differences between AKS and ARO regarding those integrations – although most of the time they work in exactly the same manner.

~ Mike

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