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Sai Vennam | Published August 1, 2019
Kubernetes is an open source project, and OpenShift is an offering by Red Hat, and this video from Sai Vennam helps you understand the difference, working in either environment. See examples of deployment, management, node configuration, and security in both environments.
It’s important to understand the fundamentals of Kubernetes that power OpenShift. Under the covers, OpenShift is powered by Origin Kubernetes Distribution (OKD), which includes Kubernetes and other open source projects like Docker, a container runtime environment, and Istio, if you are working with service meshes.
Review the history of the enterprise Kubernetes application OpenShift and the intertwined paths with IBM Cloud Kubernetes service.
This article examines how templating and Podman work in Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Cloud.
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