Red Hat OpenShift on AWS
A separate self-managed OpenShift Container Platform 4 cluster is deployed on AWS as a DR site. The master and worker nodes span across three availability zones for high availability.
[ec2-user@ip-172-30-164-92 ~]$ oc get nodes NAME STATUS ROLES AGE VERSION ip-172-30-164-128.ec2.internal Ready worker 29m v1.22.8+f34b40c ip-172-30-164-209.ec2.internal Ready master 36m v1.22.8+f34b40c ip-172-30-165-160.ec2.internal Ready master 33m v1.22.8+f34b40c ip-172-30-165-93.ec2.internal Ready worker 30m v1.22.8+f34b40c ip-172-30-166-162.ec2.internal Ready master 36m v1.22.8+f34b40c ip-172-30-166-51.ec2.internal Ready worker 28m v1.22.8+f34b40c
OpenShift is deployed as a private cluster into an existing VPC on AWS. A private OpenShift Container Platform cluster does not expose external endpoints and is accessible from only an internal network and is not visible to the internet. A single-node NetApp Cloud Volumes ONTAP is deployed using NetApp Cloud Manager, which provides a storage backend to Astra Trident.
For more information about installing OpenShift on AWS, see OpenShift documentation.