Modern organizations are continually focussed on meeting customer demands amidst dynamic market conditions. Technology has been the key enabler in this journey and becoming a “cloud native” enterprise is a leading business imperative. With this approach, organisations can accelerate application delivery while ensuring product innovation and business outcomes. For the longest time, Cloud Foundry has played a key role in enabling these capabilities, but as is true with everything, change is inevitable. This whitepaper illustrates the salient differences between Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes while also demonstrating the ease of migration, from the former to the latter.

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Modern organizations are continually focussed on meeting customer demands amidst dynamic market conditions. Technology has been the key enabler in this journey and becoming a “cloud native” enterprise is a leading business imperative. With this approach, organisations can accelerate application delivery while ensuring product innovation and business outcomes. For the longest time, Cloud Foundry has played a key role in enabling these capabilities, but as is true with everything, change is inevitable. This whitepaper illustrates the salient differences between Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes while also demonstrating the ease of migration, from the former to the latter.