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OpenShift is a family of containerization software. Its flagship product is the OpenShift Container Platform—an, Red Hat’s enterprise Kubernetes distribution to be run on-premises and built around Docker containers running on RHEL.


  • 2012 OpenShift Origin the open source codebase used in the OpenShift PaaS released[1]
  • 2011 Openshift platform is launched based on Linux containers[2]

Red Hat OpenShift releases[edit]


The smallest OpenShift Container Platform clusters require the following hosts[3]:

  • One bootstrap machine (can be removed later)
  • 3 control plane, or master, machines
  • At least 2 compute, or worker, machines


  1. Review differences between Red Hat OpenShift Container Engine and Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform
  2. Install OpenShift Container Platform 4.2 on bare metal

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