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OpenShift is a platform as a service for container management, using Docker containerization and Kubernetes orchestration tools.

The service allows to deploy the necessary environments in container-based infrastructure, without need to look for higher hardware capacities.

In EPAM Cloud, OpenShift is available as a service.

For more details see OpenShift as a Service pege.


Open-source Infrastructure-as-a-Service platform used to support large virtual servers in a data center.

EPAM Cloud uses OpenStack technology in its EPAM-IN1, EPAM-US2, EPAM-BY2, EPAM-UA2 regions.

According to EPAM Cloud development plan, all EPAM Cloud regions will be gradually migrated to OpenStack.

For the EPAM-BY2 network specifics inherent to the OpenStack technology see Maestro CLI User Guide, Annex D - Service Locations.

Visit OpenStack Official Website for details.


Part of the existing EPAM ecosystem providing the possibility for project teams to manage virtual infrastructure via a self-service solution, monitor infrastructure performance and events, collect logs, process Cloud-related billing, etc.

The key characteristics of EPAM Orchestration Service is its multitenancy, which allows the users who work on different projects to act independently and not to interfere with each other.

Visit the Cloud Orchestration Framework page for the details on the main features of the EPAM Cloud Orchestrator and services it offers.