Logz.io announced a partnership with HashiCorp, a provider in multi-cloud infrastructure automation software.
Kazuhm, a container-based distributed computing platform, announced the addition of a Kubernetes-as-a-Service (KaaS) offering to its platform.
Kazuhm's KaaS offering lets DevOps teams set up, manage and tear down on-premise and cloud-based container clusters on demand, providing a simple, low-cost way to manage containers on a project-by-project basis.
"With today's focus on agility, it is more important than ever to be able to quickly and easily stand up and tear down clusters without headaches and excessive costs," said Kazuhm CEO Tim O'Neal. "While adoption of Kubernetes is rapidly increasing, many people who recognize its benefits still do not know where to start, so they haven't yet implemented it. We believe resource recapture and a highly user-friendly experience are two keys to making containers and distributed computing accessible to all."
Kazuhm allows organizations to recapture existing IT resources and unused processing power, and intelligently manage workloads across a fabric of desktops, datacenters, cloud and edge. This creates a Kubernetes on-demand environment with organizations' existing hardware and/or cloud resources. With this approach, Kazuhm eliminates dedicated hardware requirements and delivers savings on high cloud costs. It also removes the complexity of container management with a highly simplified user experience.
Kazuhm KaaS is agnostic across clouds. Regardless of the organization's preferred cloud vendor, the user interface remains consistent. As a result, the user does not need to know commands or the specifics of how to manage containers in different clouds (e.g. AWS vs. Google Cloud). Additionally, with push-button application deployment, users outside of the DevOps team, such as data scientists or data engineers, can quickly and easily deploy container-based applications after they have been set up.