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kids swimming goggles

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For me, this is swim goggles about the sustainability of our industry. It's about the sustainability of the people who work in it.A thousand-odd kilometres away in the Newcastle suburb of Mayfield, Mal Meiers seems to have got the sustainability memo. His home is crowded with handmade passion projects. The coffee table in his living room is, in fact, a working kiln, and piles of pottery vessels are huddled everywhere in teetering stacks. In the shadow of a vat of fermenting pear cider, his wife's homemade loom sits next to punnets of broad beans that he recently planted.

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OpenShift has been often called as Enterprise Kubernetes by its vendor - Red Hat. In this article, I m describing real differences between OpenShift and Kubernetes. It s often confusing, as Red Hat tends to describe it as PaaS, sometimes hiding the fact that Kubernetes is an integral part of OpenShift with more features built around it. Let s dive in and amazon swimming goggles check what are the real differences between those two.

Kubernetes is an open source project (or even a framework), while OpenShift is a product that comes in many variants. There s an open source version of OpenShift which is called OKD . Previously it was called OpenShift Origin, but some clever folks at Red Hat came up with this new name which supposes to mean The Origin Community Distribution of Kubernetes that powers Red Hat OpenShift (?). But let s forget about names for a while and focus on what are implications of that.

Now this is something that I really miss in Kubernetes and personally my favourite feature of OpenShift. ImageStreams for managing container images. Do you know how easy it is to change a tag for an image in a container registry? Without external tools speedo swimming goggles such as skopeo you need to download the whole image, change it locally and push it back. Also promoting applications by changing container tags and updating Deployment object definition is not a pleasant way to do it.

A good example would be network policies that close your project for external traffic so that is isolated and secure by default - if you want to permit some kind of traffic you would do so by creating additional policies explicitly. In a similar way you could provide default quotas or LimitRange objects and Obrazek make your new projects pre-configured according to your organization rules.


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