Put simply, Kubernetes is a tool allowing the IT manager to run multiple containers in parallel. Think of it as a container dashboard; if your containers are musicians, then Kubernetes is the conductor.
Docker is a container platform with a panoply of management options for any type of cloud set-up, providing fine control over applications independent of infrastructure. The tool we are interested in is Docker Swarm, a flexible container storage platform which some consider more straightforward to use than Kubernetes.
Let’s get into the differences, overlap and how to choose between them.
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