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Adopt, deploy, and accelerate container application delivery

A production-ready OpenShift Container Platform, ready to scale

Containers still rule the day

Containers have revolutionized software development processes, largely because of their portability, scalability, and inherent security. Unlike virtual machines (VMs), containers do not load operating system (OS) files and kernels, so a containerized app is much more lightweight than its VM equivalent. Apps start faster, use less memory, and consume less storage in containers than in VMs.
The requirements to support a container strategy vary across lines of business, and unique characteristics need to be accounted for to ensure adoption and to avoid sprawl and multiple implementations that would need to be managed individually.
Software companies are seeking optimal ways to implement containerized infrastructures to gain a competitive edge and cut production and development costs. But implementing a containerized environment across existing infrastructure has been a complex undertaking that can require weeks or months to mobilize, particularly for enterprises. Until now.