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* [[Kubernetes Concepts#Container_Runtime|Kubernetes Concepts]]
 
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Each Kubernetes node runs a container runtime, usually Docker. However, support for other container runtimes is available, via Container Runtime Interface (CRI).
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Kubernetes and Docker are complementary technologies. Docker is the technology that starts and stops containers under Kubernetes' supervision. Kubernetes is the higher-level technology that decides which nodes to run containers on, when to scale an application up or down or when to apply updates.

Revision as of 17:29, 15 August 2019

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Container Runtime

Each Kubernetes node runs a container runtime, usually Docker. However, support for other container runtimes is available, via Container Runtime Interface (CRI).

Docker

Kubernetes and Docker are complementary technologies. Docker is the technology that starts and stops containers under Kubernetes' supervision. Kubernetes is the higher-level technology that decides which nodes to run containers on, when to scale an application up or down or when to apply updates.