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How does atomic/cockpit fit into openshift origin?

asked 2014-06-19 15:22:40 +0000

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Will/should atomic containers be like gears on a node, with cartridges running inside them? Or will the cartridges be docker containers themselves? Will Cockpit integrate with/replace parts of the openshift gui? Thanks

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answered 2017-09-25 09:11:52 +0000

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answered 2014-06-25 01:36:58 +0000

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I guess what I'm trying to understand is if atomic/cockpit are meant to be an independent project with respect to openshift origin, or are they meant to be integrated or somehow used together? Is it more like, use one or the other, or use them both at the same time to somehow complement eachother? Origin, from my mostly front end developer point of view, is cool because it handles the allocation of hardware resources to as many gears as you can squeeze in a machine. It seems like atomic might tackle the same set of problems as origin, but using docker instead of 'gears'...anyway its all good work, thank you.

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answered 2014-06-24 19:03:39 +0000

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Atomic hosts run Docker containers, the way OpenShift currently runs gears/cartridges. I'm not aware of any plans to replace OpenShift's GUI with CockPit at the moment.

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