Containership is a Containers-as-a-Service platform with 14+ integrated cloud providers, and a growing marketplace of click-to-deploy software.
A powerful UI, API, and CLI make deploying and managing containers on any cloud easy, allowing developers to focus on building software, not infrastructure.
- Support for 14 cloud providers, with more being added constantly
- Deploy to 500+ cloud datacenters
- Deploy to private data centers
- Build containers directly from git repositories
- Monitoring, logging, team management and more built in
Containership Cloud is a containers-as-a-service platform providing users with a single pane of glass to easily deploy, manage and scale their containerized services on any public or private cloud. The goal of Containership Cloud is to provide both developers and operators with the simplest possible solution for managing services from development through production, while facilitating self-service.
Containership differs from competing platforms in the following ways:
1. Automated cluster provisioning on over a dozen public cloud providers: Getting started is made simple by entering your cloud credentials and automatically spinning up a cluster. No configuration management, shell scripts, or manual intervention needed.
2. Unnecessary to become a distributed systems expert to install, manage or debug platform issues: Containership handles the complexity so you don’t have to. Other systems require “glueing” on additional pieces and parts, whereas with Containership, the base requirements for a cloud-native platform are included out of the box.
3. World-class disaster recovery and infrastructure migrations: through the use of Containership Cloud’s snapshotting, configure manual or automated cluster backups to save the state of all services, including persistent data being written to disk. Move between cloud providers, expand into new regions, or recover from failure, all with a click.
4. Zero lock-in and completely agnostic: You’ll never get locked in to a hosting provider again, including us. After launching and configuring a cluster through Containership Cloud, you can detach the cluster from our Cloud product at any time, managing them yourself through the open source API & tools. Containership deploys standardized containerized images that can be deployed on other services that follow container image standards.