Cole McKnightCloud Architect, Feltus Lab at Clemson University
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Cisco Container Platform is a fully curated, lightweight container management platform for production grade environments, powered by Kubernetes, and delivered with Cisco enterprise-class support. It reduces the complexity of configuring, deploying, securing, scaling and managing containers via automation coupled with Cisco’s best practices for security and networking. Cisco Container Platform is built with an open architecture using open source components, so you're not locked in to any single vendor. It works across both on-premises and public cloud environments. And because it’s optimized with Cisco HyperFlex, this preconfigured, integrated solution sets up in minutes.
Using containers to modernize application deployment is about to get a whole lot easier with Foglight Container Management. This powerful solution delivers real-time and historical analytics of containers and their hosts, across physical, virtual and cloud environments, giving you the container monitoring metrics needed to make the optimal choices when it comes to container deployment.
Many IT organizations aim to modernize and “cloud architect” application deployment and management through the use of containers. These standard units of software package up code and all its dependencies so applications can be quickly deployed, scaled and, if needed, reliably migrated from on-premises to a public cloud. Foglight Container Management ensures your ability to onboard, operate and support containerization without the struggle.
Foglight Container Management makes using containers significantly easier by providing real-time and historical analytics of containers and their hosts, across physical, virtual and cloud environments. This container management tool identifies performance bottlenecks, failed containers and issues within the orchestration layer.
Foglight Container Management keeps container data in-context with the supporting infrastructure. This unique approach helps infrastructure teams assimilate container technology more easily by removing the guesswork and hours of troubleshooting normally associated with contention within a container compute and storage platform.
The co-operation and data sharing typically required from DevOps is often impacted by using disparate tools. Foglight Container Management provides a common toolset for infrastructure and application IT staff to see containers in-context with the infrastructure that supports them. With Foglight Container Management, you can ensure optimal container performance through real-time and historical metrics.
Cisco Container Platform is ranked 8th in Container Management with 1 review while Quest Foglight Container Management is ranked 19th in Container Management. Cisco Container Platform is rated 8.0, while Quest Foglight Container Management is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Cisco Container Platform writes "Enables the deployment/management of Kubernetes clusters from multiple resource providers at one location". On the other hand, Cisco Container Platform is most compared with OpenShift Container Platform, VMware Tanzu Mission Control, Rancher Labs, Kubernetes and HPE Ezmeral Container Platform, whereas Quest Foglight Container Management is most compared with .
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