We are bringing the best of Tectonic to Red Hat OpenShift to build the most secure, hybrid Kubernetes application platform.
OpenShift is one of the most trusted enterprise Kubernetes platforms in the world, used by over 650 customers worldwide. Work to integrate the best parts of Tectonic into OpenShift is already underway, and on track to be completed by the end of 2018.
OpenShift enhanced with Tectonic will:
Deploy and easily maintain reproducible Kubernetes environments. Ensure you effectively, securely, and reliably run your containerized applications at scale with automated operations.
End cloud vendor lock-in by effectively managing your multi-cloud environment across multiple cloud providers. A foundation of open source software coupled with automated operations ensures no single provider owns your business’s infrastructure.
Avoid the complexities of building and configuring all the components of a production Kubernetes stack on your own. Full platform deployability, expert best practices, and thorough integration testing get you live in production faster.
Improve engineering efficiency with automated operations. Reduce tedious maintenance and utilize multi-cloud deployments to optimize compute spend.
A minimal, immutable, container-centric OS is one of the key components powering Tectonic’s one-click updates. This, along with best-in-class open source components like Prometheus for monitoring, Dex for identity, and the automated operations capabilities is all being incorporated into Red Hat OpenShift. Read more about how we’re accomplishing this by following the work on the Operator Framework.