dockersh vs KubeDB: What are the differences?
dockersh: A shell which places users into individual docker containers. dockersh is designed to be used as a login shell on machines with multiple interactive users. When a user invokes dockersh, it will bring up a Docker container (if not already running), and then spawn a new interactive shell in the container's namespace; KubeDB: Kubernetes ready production-grade Databases. With the introduction of StatefulSet, it became easy to run a docker container for any database. But what about monitoring, taking periodic backups, restoring from backups or cloning from an existing database? KubeDB is a framework for writing operators for any database...
dockersh and KubeDB can be primarily classified as "Container" tools.
dockersh is an open source tool with 1.28K GitHub stars and 76 GitHub forks. Here's a link to dockersh's open source repository on GitHub.