Docker has extended its strategic collaboration with Microsoft to simplify code to cloud application development for developers and development teams by more closely integrating with Azure Container Instances (ACI).
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.