By Sebastien Goasguen – @sebgoa, Kubernetes lead at Bitnami, Founder of Skippbox, O’Reilly Author
OpenShift is Red Hat container application platform. It is based on Kubernetes and to keep things short we are going to call it a PaaS. The new OpenShift v3 represents a big bet by Red Hat to re-write the software entirely in Go and leverage Kubernetes. Indeed when you use OpenShift, you get a Red Hat distribution of Kubernetes plus the OpenShift functionalities around code deployment, automated builds and so on, that you are used to with a typical PaaS.
What stands out with OpenShift, and what Red Hat touts quite often is the focus on security.
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