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Openshift & Docker

Dedicated Openshift

Safe Swiss Cloud provides dedicated Openshift clusters per customer, with zero sharing in the infrastructure environment. These Openshift clusters come in two deployment flavours:

  1. On “bare metal” (dedicated hardware), for maximum performance. This is ideal for high performance production deployments.
  2. On virtual machines (VMs) for maximum convenience and fast setup and ideal for development and testing environments.

Who is it for?

  1. Software developers
  2. Testers
  3. Large enterprises

Use Cases

  1. Microservices application architectures
  2. Continuous delivery / DevOps
  3. Secure and private deployment of banking applications
  4. Online development environments
  5. Testing environments: build and destroy as needed
  6. Orchestrate and manage Docker containers
  7. Maximise utilisation and performance


  1. Manage the deployment of complex architectures.
  2. Provide development teams with flexible development resources.
  3. Support for continuous deployment (CI) out of the box.
  4. Deploy thousands of Docker containers in a controlled way
  5. Security and authentication for various groups within an organisation to do their work with maximum flexibility


Docker containers are an important standard for software deployment while the popularity of microservices architectures means the number of containers per application is increasing. Kubernetes has established itself as a major standard for orchestrating and managing Docker containers.

Red Hat’s Openshift framework delivers the tools needed to manage the flawless deployment and upgrading of software applications in a homogeneous infrastructure environment over and over again. Openshift also provides a management tool to enable and support DevOps practices like continuous integration, while ensuring proper control and security for the deployed applications.