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Does Open shift Containerization Platform is available on Azure Stack HCI.

Does Open shift Containerization Platform is available on Azure Stack HCI. - If Yes then Please do provide some article link for the reference.

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@NagarajHegdeZEN3INFOSOLUTIONSAMERI-0322 , Thank you for your question.

At the time of writing, you can deploy Openshift Containerization Platform on Azure Stack:

OpenShift can be deployed in Azure Stack. There are some key differences between Azure and Azure Stack so deployment will differ slightly and capabilities will also differ slightly.

Currently, the Azure Cloud Provider doesn't work in Azure Stack. For this reason, you won't be able to use disk attach for persistent storage in Azure Stack. Instead, you can configure other storage options such as NFS, iSCSI, GlusterFS, etc. As an alternative, you can enable CNS and use GlusterFS for persistent storage. If CNS is enabled, three additional nodes will be deployed with additional storage for GlusterFS usage.

You can use one of several methods to deploy OpenShift Container Platform or OKD in Azure Stack:

Hope this helps.

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Am looking for the answers on Azure Stack HCI not on Azure Stack. Could you please check the possibilities.

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@ NagarajHegdeZEN3INFOSOLUTIONSAMERI-0322 , Apologies it took so long to get back .

Red Hat OCP (OpenShift Container platform) Is not yet available on Azure Stack HCI. We are working with RH OCP team to get a MVP support statement. This will take some time, don’t have definite ETA for it.

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