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Platform-as-Code

Platform-as-Code

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Wondering how to assemble all the point solutions and build your Kubernetes platform automation? 

Accelerate onboarding of your workload to Kubernetes with Platform-as-Code.

Kubernetes Platforms

Assemble your application stacks with Kubernetes API extensions 

and define platform workflows as-Code.

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Extension Authors

If you are a software vendor building Kubernetes extension / Operator for your software, work with us to get your Operator ready for real-life multi-Operator environments. 

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DevOps Teams

We work with the Kubernetes ecosystem on your behalf so that you don’t have to. You can trust our customizable stacks to get your Kubernetes platformization needs served. 

Platform-as-Code advantages

Hybrid multi-cloud application portability

Hybrid multi-cloud portability

Due to composable and declarative nature of Platform-as-Code approach, enterprises can easily create their platform stacks on any Kubernetes cluster. This simplifies transfer or recreation of workloads across hybrid multi-cloud environments or dev, test and prod environments.

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Common language between Devs and Ops

Over the years PaaSes focused on delivering end-to-end developer workflows and Infrastructure-as-Code tools focused on simplifying Ops challenges in infrastructure provisioning. Adoption of different tooling created tooling gap between development and DevOps teams. Platform-as-Code bridges this gap by standardizing on Kubernetes YAML as the common language between Devs & Ops.

What are people saying?

"I like the idea of Platform-as-Code reducing some of the complexity and bringing consistency where it is badly needed."

- Systems Analyst and Consultant

"New trend: Platform-as-Code, an evolution of IaaS and PaaS that decreases vendor lock-in by implementing and adopting cloud platform dependencies in declarative way. I think companies that will specialize in delivering on-premise solutions in this space will compete in the next decade."

- Facebook post by an Enterprise Architect