A leader in the field, Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) delivers a management and control platform for Docker containers and container clusters running within Google’s public cloud.
Diamanti's bare-metal container platform features an appliance that can be plugged into an existing enterprise network and configured within a few minutes, making it far easier to accommodate a container framework.
A leading container management vendor, Amazon Elastic Container Services (ECS) offers a way to integrate and orchestrate containers and microservices into public clouds.
Part of Microsoft's enterprise-focused cloud, Azure Kubernetes (AKS) supports cloud-based containers and microservices in public clouds.
The three leading cloud computing vendors, AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud, each have their own strengths and weaknesses that make them ideal for different use cases.