A Buyer's Guide to
Kubernetes-based
Container Platforms running on Azure

Most software developing companies are planning on standardizing on Kubernetes to provide a consistent set of capabilities across any infrastructure.

If you’re looking for a solution that removes the burden of installing and managing all of
the pieces of the container platform in Azure, then there are currently only a handful of solutions available. Azure Red Hat OpenShift (ARO) and Otomi Container Platform are two of them.

In this buyer's guide, we evaluated Azure Red Hat OpenShift and Otomi based on 21 features, including:

  • Installation and configuration
  • User interface
  • Secret management
  • Serverless support
  • Integrated service mesh
  • Open source
  • Pricing

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