OpenStack vs Kubernetes

Presented by

Tytus Kurek (Product Manager), Alex Jones (Director of Engineering - Kubernetes)

About this talk

Kubernetes and OpenStack are well-established open-source projects and essential infrastructure components for building modern cloud environments. They bring tangible benefits to organisations of any type and size, including competitive economics, no vendor lock-in and fast paced innovation. However, it can be difficult to choose between them. Kubernetes or OpenStack: which one to choose? Sounds like a common dilemma? In this webinar, we will try to solve it, helping you make right decisions that best suit your organisation. We will discuss Kubernetes, OpenStack, their similarities, and the differences between them. We will walk you through use cases where using one or the other makes more sense, as well as use cases where it’s most beneficial to use both on one platform at the same time. In search of best-fit solutions, we will look around the entire compute spectrum: from public clouds to the edge and from development to production. During this technical webinar, we will also provide demos covering the benefits of running a fully-integrated stack for traditional and cloud-native workloads on Ubuntu, including both Kubernetes on OpenStack and OpenStack on Kubernetes use cases. Join the webinar on 5 April at 6pm CET to see these world-leading open-source infrastructure projects in action. The webinar will cover: 1) Similarities and differences between Kubernetes and OpenStack 2) Use cases for Kubernetes, OpenStack and an integrated stack 3) The benefits of running Kubernetes on OpenStack 4) The benefits of running OpenStack on Kubernetes 5) The benefits of running Kubernetes and OpenStack on Ubuntu

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