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OpenShift and SQL Server Big Data Clusters

Chris Adkin explains why support for OpenShift is important for SQL Server Big Data Clusters:

One thing that should become immediately apparent when installing and administering an OpenShift cluster, is that it is a lot more prescriptive and opinionated that vanilla Kubernetes. The simple reason for this is that OpenShift is intended to be deployed to environments that require enterprise grade levels of hardening and security. For example, Red Hat mandates the operating system distributions you must use, to the extent that when deploying a cluster on VMware – Red Hat’s documentation recommends the use of OVA’s, compressed files containing install-able virtual machines.

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