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A Guide to reducing OpenShift Costs with Arm Hosted Control Planes on AWS

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Are you looking to reduce costs in managing your control planes? Are you looking to reduce the burdens of managing multiple control planes? Hosted Control Planes (aka HyperShift) for Red Hat OpenShift makes it possible to host OpenShift tenant clusters at scale in Amazon Web Services (AWS). With each standalone OpenShift cluster, the control plane is scheduled across three machine nodes. However, with Hosted Control Planes, the control plane is scheduled as pods on available worker nodes just like any other workload. This allows many control planes to be created and run on fewer nodes making clusters more affordable while still re-using OpenShift tenancy primitives such as projects, policies, etc. While utilizing hosted control planes can reduce costs, utilizing Arm hosted control planes can also potentially add to those cost savings.


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