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Red Hat container certification at-a-glance

July 21, 2020
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If you’re a Build Partner interested in bringing your container software to Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, here are the five steps required:  

  1. Set up a project in Red Hat Partner Connect.
  2. Complete the Red Hat container certification checklist
  3. Upload the container image for scanning - manually or using the build service API
  4. Confirm scan completes with status “Success.”
  5. Obtain Red Hat container certification approval and publish in Red Hat Ecosystem Catalog.

Prerequisite: These steps assume you’ve already logged into Red Hat Partner Connect. If not, see these onboarding instructions.

Shubha Badve
Shubha Badve
Technical product manager
Shubha Badve is a technical product manager, within the Red Hat Certified Technology Ecosystem (CTE) team, for Red Hat Container Certification offering. Working closely with Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and OpenShift Container Platform (OCP) product management teams, Shubha combines Red Hat set forth best practices (product & security) and customer & partner feedback to enhance Container Certification offering benefits for partners and customers. Shubha has worked on this team for over two years and lives in Westford, Massachusetts with her husband and two boys.
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