What are the competitive advantages of OpenShift?

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OpenShift is a platform that allows you to run containerized applications and workloads, and it is powered by Kubernetes under the covers. There are many flavors available with OpenShift, and each helps streamline the day-to-day tasks for developers and operations engineers.

To learn more, check out the quick overview with Sai Vennam in the video below. He goes through each layer of the OpenShift architecture and explains how a developer and operations engineer can each take advantage of using OpenShift.

If you are keen on learning even more about Red Hat OpenShift, I will recommend visiting this page where you can find further information on features and key benefits in detail. You can also see tutorials if you are a developer and/or inspiring success stories if you work in the intersection of business and IT.

Furthermore, I would like to encourage you the following resources to learn more on cloud computing, Red Hat and anything in between:

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