OpenShift as a Sevice (OSS)

Red Hat OpenShift as a Service is a Kubernetes container platform with full-stack automated operations to manage hybrid cloud and multicloud deployments. The service is optimized to improve developer productivity and promote innovation as well as expands Kubernetes with full-stack automated ops to manage hybrid cloud and multicloud deployments.

In EPAM Cloud, Red Hat OpenShift v.3.11 LTS is available as one of the services which can be quickly deployed in EPAM Cloud in the self-service manner. It will be available till July 2022.

This page contains general overview of the service. The detailed instruction on setup and configuration is given in the Services Guide.

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Have a Question?

The current page gives the general information on the service and the main workflows. However, while working with the services, our users encounter new questions they need assistance with. The most frequently asked questions on EPAM Cloud Services are gathered on the Cloud Services FAQ page.
Visit the page to check whether we have a ready answer for your question.

Related CLI Commands

The table below provides the list of service-related commands and their descriptions:

Command Short Command Description
or2-manage-service...-s open-shift -a -k key-name or2ms...-s open-shift -a -k key-name Activates the OpenShift service in the specified project and region.
or2-openshift-client or2osc Used to install and configure OpenShift Ansible client to manage OpenShift services.


Deploy automation is based on official Red Hat tool - OpenShift Ansible. Ansible can be used only on POSIX (any Linux, OS X, *BSD).

For Windows 10 users, WSL can be used to install Linux locally for cluster configuration.

For OpenShift cluster configuration, please make sure that you have Java, Maestro CLI, and Ansible installed on the workstation you use to deploy OpenShift as a service (inside WSL if you work on Windows).


The price for OpenShift is based on the infrastructure elements comprising the service configuration. Once deployed, the cluster consists of the following elements:

  • Virtual Machines: 4x CentOS 7
  • VMs Shape: LARGE.SSD
  • Additional storage: 4x 40GB

As of July 1, 2020, the estimated monthly price for the cluster in EPAM-BY2 region is 261.1 USD.