Curious about what sets Kubernetes and OpenShift apart in the container orchestration world? Both are powerful, but have distinct focus and approach. Dive in to discover the difference!Lets check them out --->
An open-source PaaS built on top of Kubernetes. It provides additional set of tools & features for developers, like IDE, a web console, and built-in automation, to simplify managing applications in any environment.
- Cluster installation with installer-provisioned architecture for easy setup. - Simple UI for tracking & applying updates to clusters. - Support automation for virtual platforms & on-premises bare metal.
An open-source container orchestration system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. It provides a set of API's for managing containerized workloads and services.
- Upgrading OpenShift requires using Red Hat Enterprise Linux package management system. - On both platforms, instead of rebuilding Kubernetes clusters from ground up, you can upgrade existing clusters.