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What exactly does Openshift provide over Openstack?

Openstack can host docker images, according to this:

https://blueprints.launchpad.net/nova/+spec/new-hypervisor-docker

but then again I read things like this: https://www.openshift.com/blogs/how-geard-uses-iptables-for-networking-between-containers

and it seems to me that such ip capabilities are important to have...

Does Openshift really only provide a usability layer on top, giving features like: "run app on git push" which correspond to cartridges? I mean, I can make my own docker images and run them on command, so why Openshift?

I'm asking this on the openstack site because I want to know from the perspective of openstack knowledgable people instead of openshift endusers.