Scalability Among Docker and Kubernetes

Hello Everyone, I am new here and I don’t know this is right place to ask this question. I am confused to choose between docker and kubernetes. I am confusing in terms of scalability and loading application. Can anyone know about the head to head comparison between them?

Features Kubernetes Docker Swarm
Installation & Cluster Configuration Installation is complicated; but once set up, the cluster is very strong Installation is very simple, but the cluster is not very strong
GUI GUI is the Kubernetes Dashboard There is no GUI
Scalability Highly scalable & scales fast Highly scalable & scales 5x faster than Kubernetes
Auto-Scaling Kubernetes can do auto-scaling Docker Swarm cannot do auto-scaling
Load Balancing Manual intervention needed for load balancing traffic between different containers in different Pods Docker Swarm does auto load balancing of traffic between containers in the cluster
Rolling Updates & Rollbacks Can deploy Rolling updates & does automatic Rollbacks Can deploy Rolling updates, but not automatic Rollbacks
Data Volumes Can share storage volumes only with other containers in the same Pod Can share storage volumes with any other container
Logging & Monitoring In-built tools for logging & monitoring 3rd party tools like ELK should be used for logging & monitoring

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Docker is what enables us to run, create and manage containers on a single operating system. Kubernetes allow you to automate container provisioning, networking, load-balancing, security and scaling across all these nodes from a single command line or dashboard.

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