When it comes to container orchestration, Kubernetes and OpenShift are the prominent choices one cannot ignore. While we compare the two, keep in mind that they rather complement each other; in fact, Kubernetes is a significant component of the OpenShift platform.
Additionally, thanks to their robust and scalable configurations, both technologies offer the possibility of:
- Large-scale application development
In this article, we’ll analyze these two popular container orchestration platforms, and explore their fundamental differences.
(This article is part of our Kubernetes Guide, which you can navigate using the right-hand menu.)
Google developed Kubernetes as an open-source and portable Container-as-a-Service platform that allows an organization to administer services for: automated deployment, scaling, and management of application workloads. Adopted by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), Kubernetes provides out-of-the-box…