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      Feature Overview (aka. Goal Summary)  

      Enable support to bring your own encryption key (BYOK) for OpenShift on IBM Cloud VPC.

      Goals (aka. expected user outcomes)

      As a user I want to be able to provide my own encryption key when deploying OpenShift on IBM Cloud VPC so the cluster infrastructure objects, VM instances and storage objects, can use that user-managed key to encrypt the information.

      Requirements (aka. Acceptance Criteria):

      The Installer will provide a mechanism to specify a user-managed key that will be used to encrypt the data on the virtual machines that are part of the OpenShift cluster as well as any other persistent storage managed by the platform via Storage Classes.


      This feature is a required component for IBM's OpenShift replatforming effort.

      Documentation Considerations

      The feature will be documented as usual to guide the user while using their own key to encrypt the data on the OpenShift cluster running on IBM Cloud VPC


            mak.redhat.com Marcos Entenza Garcia
            mak.redhat.com Marcos Entenza Garcia
            Jeff Nowicki
            Wei Sun Wei Sun
            Matthew Werner Matthew Werner
            Jeff Nowicki Jeff Nowicki
            Marcos Entenza Garcia Marcos Entenza Garcia
            Eric Rich Eric Rich
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