OpenShift Container Platform 4.x Tested Integrations

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Tested Integrations are a defined set of specifically tested configurations and interface points between technologies that represent the most common combinations that Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform (OCP) customers are using or deploying. For these integrations, Red Hat has directly, or through certified partners, exercised a full range of platform tests as part of the product release process. Issues identified as part of this testing process are highlighted in release notes for Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. For more information on each of these please see the Red Hat Enterprise Linux Certified Ecosystem, in the hardware and cloud provider spaces.

Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform is offered on several different architectures, and as a result, must maintain different Test Matrices for each architecture. You can find an outline for how Red Hat is testing the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform Product for each architecture below.


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Do we have any tested LB's ?

Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage links to and says "Tested" for 4.2 but the target page only has information about openshift 3.x

Hello, Minor fix request: Some of the hyperlinks are are still pointing to 4.1 documentation. Can this please be updated to 4.2? For example look at hyperlinks in UPI and IPI Thanks, Niraj

When OpenShift 4.x will be supported with Ceph 3.x ?

I am looking to install openshift on a raspberry pi for demo purposes. Have installed CentOS but openshift wouldn’t install. Raspberry is on ARM architecture . How can I run openshift on 32 bit ARM?

OpenShift Container Platform on Red Hat OpenStack Platform Support Matrix

You must install the OpenShift Container Platform cluster on a VMware vSphere version 6.5 or 6.7U2 or later instance. Should this be added as a certified / tested IaaS?

Greetings - at what point will PPC and s390x architectures be included in this update? There is a very different array of things that have been tested for HPC and Mainframe computing. Thanks!

I noticed that the Authentication Providers for Active Directory, OpenLDAP , Red Hat IPA are all marked with "**". What is the caveat? ( It is not listed in the footnotes. )