Red Hat® OpenShift® Container Platform 4.8 can host the development and run-time execution of containerized applications. OpenShift Container Platform is based on , the de facto automation and life cycle management (LCM) platform for containerized workloads and services.
This guide describes a flexible infrastructure solution that has been designed, optimized, and validated for an OpenShift Container Platform 4.8 on-premises bare-metal deployment. The solution design includes Dell servers, switches, and storage to enable you to develop, validate, and deploy your containerized applications. The focus is on running cloud-native applications on containers that are managed by OpenShift Container Platform (see Cloud-native infrastructure on page 13).
The solution provides:
This version of the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 4.8 on Dell infrastructure design guide includes the following new features:
For additional information about OpenShift Container Platform 4.8, see the following documentation:
Note: While you can rely on Red Hat Enterprise Linux security and container technologies to prevent intrusions and protect your data, some security vulnerabilities might persist. For a general listing of Red Hat vulnerabilities, see the .