Azure Red Hat OpenShift is a fully managed service of Red Hat OpenShift on Azure, jointly, engineered, operated and supported by Microsoft and Red Hat. This page gather resources about Azure Red Hat, and how to deploy Red Hat solutions on Azure.
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The Container Security book by Liz Rice Fundamental Technology Concepts that Protect Containerized Applications
Azure Red Hat — Azure Red Hat OpenShift is a fully managed service of Red Hat OpenShift on Azure, jointly, engineered, operated and supported by Microsoft and Red Hat. This page gather resources about Azure Red Hat, and how to deploy Red Hat solutions on Azure.
OpenShift Architecture — OpenShift Container Platform is a platform for developing and running containerized applications. It is designed to allow applications and the data centers that support them to expand from just a few machines and applications to thousands of machines that serve millions of clients. This page gather resources about OpenShift Architecture on different platforms.
Openshift on AWS — Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform is based on Docker-formatted Linux containers, Kubernetes orchestration, and Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). Red Hat OpenShift combined with Amazon Web Services helps teams accelerate development and delivery of Kubernetes applications across a unified, hybrid cloud environment. This page gather resources about OpenShift and how to deploy it on AWS.
Openshift Security — Red Hat OpenShift https://www.aquasec.com/wiki/display/containers/OpenShift+vs.+Kubernetes is an open source container application platform by Red Hat based on top of Docker containers and the Kubernetes container cluster manager for enterprise app development and deployment. This page gathers resources about OpenShift built-in security features.
OpenShift vs. Kubernetes — OpenShift has been often called as “Enterprise Kubernetes” by its vendor - Red Hat. It’s often confusing, as Red Hat tends to describe it as PaaS, sometimes hiding the fact that Kubernetes is an integral part of OpenShift with more features built around it. This page gathers resources about the real differences between those two.
OpenShift vs Cloud Foundry — Red Hat OpenShift and Pivotal Cloud Foundry are two standard implementations of a Platform-as-a-Service. Even though there are quite a few similarities between the two, an objective comparison is hard to find. This page gathers resources about the features of both platforms and the differences between the implementation of these features.
Openshift vs Docker — As Modern Software application development strategy moved towards Microservices and Container-based applications. Deployment and other Operational activities in Container-based application developments are in demand with Container Orchestration and Management tools. A couple of market-leading Container Orchestration and Management tools are Docker and OpenShift. This page gathers resources about the real differences between those two.