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Kubernetes vs OpenShift: This is what you need to know

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Kubernetes is the most popular orchestration engine - on the other hand, OpenShift from Redhat is one of the most popular implementations of this orchestration engine. Redhat markets OpenShift as a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) offering, which includes Kubernetes with many other features added on top and a support plan. However, Kubernetes can be deployed on many platforms such as Google Cloud, AWS and Azure. Major cloud provider offers a managed Kubernetes service like Google GKE, AWS EKS, and Azure AKS.

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