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While Docker specifically manages containers on individual nodes, Kubernetes helps you automate tasks like load balancing, scaling, container provisioning, and networking across several hosts within a cluster.
Increasing organizational best practices patterns also suggests integrating Kubernetes and Docker to create an isolation mechanism that lets you augment container resources more efficiently. With these constructs, developers can collaborate on complex projects without having to replicate the entire application in their respective IDEs.
(This article is part of our Kubernetes Guide, which you can navigate using the right-hand menu.)
Docker is an open-source containerization platform that simplifies the deployment of applications on any computing infrastructure. While there is a…