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Azure Red Hat OpenShift is a fully managed, jointly-engineered, and enterprise-grade platform for deploying containerized applications on Microsoft Azure cloud. It is a fully managed OpenShift cluster that combines the innovation of the open-source OpenShift project with the security and stability of Azure.

Here are the steps to build Azure Red Hat OpenShift:

  1. Sign up for an Azure account and create an Azure subscription if you don’t already have one.
  2. Create a resource group to organize and manage resources for your OpenShift cluster.
  3. Create a virtual network and subnets to allow network communication between OpenShift nodes and control plane components.
  4. Create a load balancer to provide external access to your OpenShift cluster.
  5. Create an Azure Red Hat OpenShift cluster using the Azure portal, the Azure CLI, or the Azure Resource Manager template.
  6. Configure your OpenShift cluster with the desired number of worker nodes, storage configuration, and security settings.
  7. Connect to your OpenShift cluster using the OpenShift command-line interface (CLI) and deploy your first application using the OpenShift web console or the CLI.
  8. Monitor and manage your OpenShift cluster using the Azure portal, the OpenShift web console, or the Azure Monitor for containers.

These steps provide a high-level overview of building an Azure Red Hat OpenShift cluster. For detailed information and best practices, refer to the Azure documentation.

Eric Chan
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