Kubernetes vs Docker –
Understand the Difference
June 25, 2020 by Atul Kumar Leave a Comment
Kubernetes vs Docker: In this blog post, we are going to
cover the most common question we got in our FREE
webinar Docker vs Kubernetes and Docker Limitations.
Docker is a platform as a service(PaaS) product that is used
to use applications on containers and Kubernetes is a
container orchestration platform used to manage multiple
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Kubernetes vs Docker
A fundamental difference between Kubernetes and Docker
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is that Kubernetes is meant to run across a cluster while
Docker runs on a single node. Docker is the most popular
container platform and Kubernetes is a platform for
managing containerized workloads. Kubernetes can work
with any containerization technology. Kubernetes helps
with Docker networking, load-balancing, security, and
scaling across all Kubernetes nodes which runs your
Docker is the tool to
Kubernetes is a
Docker runs on a single node.
Kubernetes is meant
to run across a
Docker automatic scaling and
failover for your application running
on the container not possible.
care of scaling and
failover for your
on the container.
In docker, we have Docker Swarm to
manage containers but this is a paid
tool that comes With Docker
Enterprize Edition also, this is not
much used in industries.
Kubernetes is an
platform also, this is
widely used in
In Docker Communication between
two different nodes not possible.
different nodes can
What is docker?
Docker is an open-source platform based on Linux