Ondat Launches Beta Version of SaaS Platform
November 04, 2021

Ondat announced the beta launch of a new SaaS platform to allow customers to easily deploy and manage stateful Kubernetes applications with persistent data volumes.

The Ondat SaaS platform provides operators with a holistic view of their Kubernetes and data resources enabling them to manage those from one place. In addition, now it is possible for customers to deploy their own database-as-a-service (DBaaS) to their users.

The Ondat platform makes it easy for developers to build and deploy production-ready, stateful applications and services, anywhere, while benefiting from the composability, scale, performance and high availability that is expected for business critical applications. By offering operators a single cohesive persistence layer for Kubernetes, it lets them move their business data freely between platforms and provides operators with a holistic view of their Kubernetes and data resources enabling them to manage those from one place.

Now, instead of using a command line to log into clusters, Ondat's SaaS platform enables operators and DevOps teams to connect to clusters and quickly deploy production-grade data services for developers and other users.

“The SaaS platform allows teams to deploy consistent production-ready data services while preventing lock-in to legacy storage vendors and cloud providers,” said James Brown, Head of Product and Platforms at Ondat. “This adds enterprise reliability and improves performance, while reducing complexity and cost.”

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