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You are describing OpenShift (https://www.okd.io), a kubernetes distribution that adds on top a lot of common needs like monitoring, log aggregation, git->image build workflow, self-service via a CLI or web console, etc.

I work at Red Hat, happy to answer questions. We also just released OpenShift 4.0, which brings in all the features from the CoreOS acquisition, like single push button kubernetes and OS upgrades.




Thanks, I thought OpenShift sounded like it. Does the open source version include a web interface as well as the commercial product?


Yeah, Red Hat's products are (almost across the board) 100% open source. No "extra" features that you have to pay for.




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