2. Multi-tenancy: OpenShift provides more advanced support for multi-tenancy, allowing you to set up multiple projects with their own resources, quotas, and access controls. Docker Swarm, on the other hand, provides a simpler approach to multi-tenancy with basic namespace isolation.
3. Security: OpenShift provides several security features, such as role-based access control (RBAC), network policies, and encrypted communication between components. Docker Swarm also provides some security features, but they are not as comprehensive as those provided by OpenShift.
4. Integration: OpenShift provides better integration with third-party tools and services, such as Jenkins, Git, and logging and monitoring tools. Docker Swarm provides some integration with these tools, but it’s not as seamless as it is with OpenShift.
5. Support: OpenShift is a product of Red Hat, a well-established enterprise software company, and it provides enterprise-level support for its customers. Docker Swarm, on the other hand, is an open-source project with less formal support options.