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How to scientifically compare CNI's and CRI's??

 
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What are the parameters to be considered while comparing these?
 
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Hi Akash,

I don't fully understand what is it that you are asking. Container Network Interface (CNI) and Container Runtime Interface (CRI) are basically extensions into Kubernetes API. Are you asking about pros and cons of different CNI plugins (e.g. Calico, Flannel) and different CRI plugins (e.g. Docker, CRIO)?
 
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yes
 
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When comparing CNIs, you are essentially comparing the speed/throughtput and when comparing CRIs you are concerned about security differences.
Look at these two links:
Comparing CNIs
Comparing CRIs

My personal preference is Flannel + CRI-O
 
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