Service Registry Supported Configurations

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Red Hat provides both production and development support for supported configurations and tested integrations according to your subscription agreement.[1]

Service Registry 2.0 GA

Supported Configurations

In order to be running in a supported configuration, Service Registry must be running on a supported combination of OpenShift Container Platform (OCP) and AMQ Streams. The following combination(s) or products are supported with this Service Registry release:

Product Version
Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform (OCP) 4.6, 4.7
Red Hat AMQ Streams 1.7
PostgreSQL 12
Java Virtual Machine OpenJDK 11 [2]

Service Registry 1.1 GA

Note: Service Registry version 1.x is now deprecated and will soon go out of support - for details, see the Red Hat Middleware Product Update and Support Policy.

Supported Configurations

In order to be running in a supported configuration, Service Registry must be running on a supported combination of OpenShift Container Platform (OCP) and AMQ Streams. The following combination(s) or products are supported with this Service Registry release:

Product Version
Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform (OCP) 4.6, 4.5
Red Hat AMQ Streams 1.5
Java Virtual Machine OpenJDK 1.8 [2]

Service Registry 1.0 GA

Note: Service Registry version 1.x is now deprecated and will soon go out of support - for details, see the Red Hat Middleware Product Update and Support Policy.

Supported Configurations

In order to be running in a supported configuration, Service Registry must be running on a supported combination of OpenShift Container Platform (OCP) and AMQ Streams. The following combination(s) or products are supported with this Service Registry release:

Product Version
Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform (OCP) 4.4, 4.3
Red Hat AMQ Streams 1.5
Java Virtual Machine OpenJDK 1.8 [2]

Note You can also configure Service Registry to use an external instance of AMQ Streams (deployed outside the OCP cluster). In this case, you should be aware that this deployment configuration can result in increased latency when accessing the AMQ Streams storage.

[1] Red Hat expects that customers will remain on a supported environment. In the event that a JVM, operating system, database, etc., or its version is no longer supported by its vendor, Red Hat may be limited in its ability to provide support and may require you to reproduce the issue in a supported environment for continued assistance.

[2] Red Hat limits support of OpenJDK to the Red Hat builds of OpenJDK for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and Windows

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