Available Platforms

Installer-Provisioned Infrastructure

In OKD 4, you can install a cluster that uses installer-provisioned infrastructure on the following platforms:

  • Amazon Web Services (AWS)
  • Google Cloud Platform (GCP)
  • Microsoft Azure
  • Red Hat OpenStack Platform (RHOSP) version 13 and 16
    • The latest OKD release supports both the latest RHOSP long-life release and intermediate release. For complete RHOSP release compatibility, see the OKD on RHOSP support matrix.
  • oVirt
  • VMware vSphere
  • VMware Cloud (VMC) on AWS

For these clusters, all machines, including the computer that you run the installation process on, must have direct internet access to pull images for platform containers and provide telemetry data to Red Hat.

User-Provisioned Infrastructure

For these clusters, all machines, including the computer that you run the installation process on, must have direct internet access to pull images for platform containers and provide telemetry data to Red Hat.

In OKD 4, you can install a cluster that uses user-provisioned infrastructure on the following platforms:

  • AWS
  • Azure
  • GCP
  • RHOSP
  • oVirt
  • VMware vSphere
  • VMware Cloud on AWS
  • Bare metal
  • IBM Z or LinuxONE
  • IBM Power Systems

With installations on user-provisioned infrastructure, each machine can have full internet access, you can place your cluster behind a proxy, or you can perform a restricted network installation. In a restricted network installation, you can download the images that are required to install a cluster, place them in a mirror registry, and use that data to install your cluster.

While you require internet access to pull images for platform containers, with a restricted network installation on vSphere or bare metal infrastructure, your cluster machines do not require direct internet access.

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