You reviewed details about the OpenShift Container Platform installation and update processes.
You read the documentation on selecting a cluster installation method and preparing it for users.
You have installed Azure Stack Hub version 2008 or later.
Before installing OpenShift Container Platform on Microsoft Azure Stack Hub, you must configure an Azure account. See Configuring an Azure Stack Hub account for details about account configuration, account limits, DNS zone configuration, required roles, and creating service principals.
You must manually manage your cloud credentials when installing a cluster to Azure Stack Hub. Do this by configuring the Cloud Credential Operator (CCO) for manual mode before you install the cluster. For more information, see Manually creating IAM for Azure.
You can install OpenShift Container Platform on Azure Stack Hub using user-provisioned infrastructure. This means you must manage and maintain the cluster resources yourself. Installing OpenShift Container Platform on Azure Stack Hub using an installation program that automatically provisions the cluster infrastructure is not supported at this time.
See Installation process for more information about installer-provisioned and user-provisioned installation processes.
You can install a cluster on Azure Stack Hub infrastructure that you provision, by using the following method:
Installing a cluster on Azure Stack Hub using ARM templates: You can install OpenShift Container Platform on Azure Stack Hub by using infrastructure that you provide. You can use the provided Azure Resource Manager (ARM) templates to assist with an installation.