Industry Use cases — Kubernetes/ Openshift

Hello guys !!

Today I’m back with another blog, what I have learned from this session with the best industry experts Mr. Amel Mathai, Mr.Abid Mattoo, and Mr. Daleep Singh Bais.

The Session was on how industries use Kubernetes/Openshift

First, Let me Introduce you all the Experts

Daleep Singh Bais

Red Hat Certified Instructor, Solution Architect & Consultant with 12+ years broad technical and training experience in Linux and open source technologies.

Connect through LinkedIn

Amel Mathai

Manager, Technical Delivery Training & Certifications at Red Hat based in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Connect through LinkedIn

I learnt …

Kubernetes is a portable, extensible, open-source platform for managing containerized workloads and services, that facilitates both declarative configuration and automation. Kubernetes services, support, and tools are widely available.

Only a few problems mentioned but there may be more small problems

Containerization is defined in both aspects ofInfrastructure and Application is defined completely differently. It completely depends whom we ask.

Docker Container as a Service Platform

Difference between Containers and Virtual Machines

Podman is a daemon less, open-source, Linux-native tool designed to develop, manage, and run Open Container Initiative (OCI) containers and pods. It has a similar directory structure to Buildah, Skopeo, and CRI-O. It doesn’t require an active container engine for its commands to work.

The greatest difference between Docker and Podman is their architecture. Docker runs on a client-server architecture, while Podman runs on a daemon-less architecture.

Special Thanks to Vimal Daga sir and Preeti Chandak Mam for conducting such a great session. Thanks a lot, Linux World…

Thanks for Reading !!

Keep Learning !! Keep Sharing !!

You can contact me on😅:

LinkedIn emailme

ARTH-School of technology, BCA graduate