Red Hat just announced OpenShift 4.5 with OpenShift virtualization which is basically hybrid workloads running cloud native and virtualized workloads. What is the difference between HPE’s Kubernetes and Red Hat?
HPE is the true cloud native approach for both type of workloads and you don’t need to pay the (VMware) taxes. When you go to a Red Hat or VMware and by the way VMware is doing the same thing with the Tanzu platform- you still need to subscribe to these massive (virtualization) licenses. You can’t run just that thing. You have to buy the rest of the stuff. We don’t need that. You get the new and most modern architecture without paying the incremental cost.