In my last post I discussed about technical capabilities of OpenShift Container Platform (OCP) and the value it brings to cloud native application developers and administrators. In this post, I’ll discuss about OpenShift subscription models and sizing guidelines as recommended by Red Hat. This will clarify some of the questions such as — how the OCP platform is priced ? how many applications I can run in my OpenShift subscription ?is there any limit of CPU and Memory usage in my OpenShift subscription ?

Before getting into the details of the above questions let us first understand what are different…

Pradip Roychowdhury

Distinguished Chief Technologist with 24 years of experience in areas of OOP, SOA, Cloud, DevOps and Banking Transformation.

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