SaaS-Managed: As a SaaS managed solution, it will always be 100% open source and not locked into any specific vendor ecosystem. This enables developers to abstract away much of the configuration process and reduce the Kubernetes learning curve, focusing the majority of their time on solving business problems.
Fully Integrated, Runs Anywhere: Most major Kubernetes integrations are included out-of-the-box: end-to-end security, multi-tenant controls for user quotas with SSO integration, integration with external persistent storage and load-balancers, making it easy to use across any infrastructure.
Runs Side-by-Side with OpenStack: It is offered as a peer service to Platform9 Managed OpenStack, giving customers the option to combine the two. Microservices developers can use Kubernetes independent of OpenStack, virtualized application developers can use OpenStack, and IT/Operations can manage across both frameworks through a single management pane.
|Categories||Cloud and Virtualization > Containers > Container Clustering, Config, Management|
Cloud and Virtualization > Containers > Container Infrastucture
DevOps and Orchestration > Application and Infrastructure Monitoring
DevOps and Orchestration > Application Deployment
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