Kublr 1.8 Released
February 21, 2018

Kublr launched Kublr 1.8, an open, easy-to-use, enterprise-grade Kubernetes platform that’s not tied to a single cloud, PaaS, OS, or limiting technology stack.

With the launch of Kublr 1.8, Kublr is introducing its self-service control plane that enables simplified Kubernetes deployment and management. The Kublr control plane empowers enterprises to run Kubernetes in production at scale out-of-the-box — from security to monitoring and logging to backup and disaster recovery — without the need of extensive in-house Kubernetes expertise. Even complex scenarios, such as hybrid or multi-cloud deployments can easily be executed.

Kublr 1.8 with the Kublr control plane:

- Provides global enterprises with a production-ready, secure, and easy-to-use platform that speeds the management of their containerized applications while leveraging existing investments and maintaining control of their development environment,

- Reduces the need of extensive Kubernetes expertise, allowing IT teams to quickly adopt Kubernetes, and

- Includes built-in multi-factor enterprise security, configuration management, backup and disaster recovery, and logging and monitoring providing the reliability and flexibility large organizations need for a successful Kubernetes implementation.

Kublr, a Washington, DC based software company, was an early adopter of container technology and Kubernetes, and is a contributor to the Kubernetes open source project. “There has been an increasing demand for faster application deployment and delivery leading to a rise in container and microservices adoption,” explained Kublr CEO Slava Koltovich. “Our customers needed a solution that didn’t tie them to a specific cloud vendor or technology stack while leveraging the full potential of Kubernetes. Kublr does exactly that. It provides IT with a production-ready, secure, and easy-to-use platform maintaining all benefits of upstream Kubernetes.”

The Kublr control plane provides self-service access to all of Kublr’s functionalities while providing a unified view of all clusters and performance at-a-glance, increasing efficiencies and saving time while managing your containerized applications.

“With Kublr’s unique open, enterprise-grade Kubernetes platform, we are simplifying Kubernetes adoption and enabling our customers to upgrade their legacy applications or create new cloud-native applications and run them on-premise or on any cloud, using the OS and technology stack of their choice,” continued Koltovich.

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