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You can add services to your existing Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA) cluster using the OpenShift Cluster Manager console.

These services can also be installed using the rosa CLI.

Amazon CloudWatch

Amazon CloudWatch forwards logs from Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA) to the AWS console for viewing. You must first install the ROSA cluster-logging-operator using the rosa CLI before installing the Amazon CloudWatch service through the OpenShift Cluster Manager (OCM) console.

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Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces

The Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces service is available as an add-on to your Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS cluster. CodeReady Workspaces is a developer tool that makes cloud-native development practical for teams, using Kubernetes and containers to provide any member of the development or IT team with a consistent, preconfigured development environment. Developers can create code, build, and test in containers running on Red Hat OpenShift.

When using this service with Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS, CodeReady Workspace can be deployed to any namespace except openshift-workspaces.

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Red Hat OpenShift API Management

The Red Hat OpenShift API Management (OpenShift API Management) service is available as an add-on to your Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS on AWS cluster. OpenShift API Management is a managed API traffic control and API program management solution. It is based on the 3scale API Management platform and and implements single sign-on for Red Hat solutions to secure and protect your APIs.

This OpenShift API Management entitlement provides:

  • Availability to any cluster that meets the resource requirements listed in the Red Hat OpenShift API Management service definition.

  • Full production-level support.

  • No time limits on usage.

  • 100K quota, or calls per day. Customers have the option to pay for a OpenShift API Management subscription with higher quotas.

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