Rancher vs OpenShift

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How is Rancher different from OpenShift?
Mar 28 in Kubernetes by Laya
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They both excel in different fields, Rancher is more lightweight while OpenShift is more enterprise-oriented with heavy machine requirements and ironclad security first. Rancher, on the other hand, has a great and lightweight interface that can manage multiple environments providing a consistent set of features.

answered Mar 28 by Ram

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