To create your OpenShift Dedicated cluster:
Log in to cloud.redhat.com/openshift.
Select Create Cluster → Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated.
Enter your Cluster name, number of Compute nodes, and select an AWS Region.
Select your Node Type. The number and types of nodes available to you depend upon your OpenShift Dedicated subscription.
If you want to configure your networking IP ranges under Advanced Options, the following are the default ranges available to use:
Node CIDR: 10.0.0.0/16
Service CIDR: 172.30.0.0/16
Pod CIDR: 10.128.0.0/14
Add your Identity provider by clicking the Add OAuth Configuration link or using the Access Control tab.
Add a Dedicated Admin user by clicking the Access Control tab, then Add User.
Input the user’s name, then click Add.
In the Overview tab under the Details heading will have a Status indicator. This will indicate that your cluster is Ready for use.
To access your OpenShift Dedicated cluster:
From cloud.redhat.com/openshift, click on the cluster you want to access.
Click Open Console.
To configure identity providers for your OpenShift Dedicated cluster:
Navigate to the Cluster page and Access control tab.
Click Add identity provider.
Select the identity provider from the drop-down menu.
Enter a unique name for the identity provider. This name cannot be changed later.
Select a mapping method from the drop-down menu.
Enter a client ID and client secret.
Optional: Enter a hostname to connect to either GitHub or GitHub Enterprise.
Select Use organizations or Use teams to restrict access to a particular GitHub organization or a GitHub team.
Enter the name of the organization or team you would like to restrict access to. Click Add more to specify multiple organizations or teams that users can be a member of.
The configured identity providers are visible on the Access control tab of the Clusters page.
If you have questions about your environment or must open a support ticket, you can open or view a support case in the Red Hat Customer Portal.