What all Kubernetes API extensions (Operators) do we need?
How do we use Custom APIs to define our platform workflows?
Is their any one-stop-shop to get support for our multi-Operator stack?
Efficiently integrate disparate Kubernetes API extensions (Operators) and define platform workflows as-Code.
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- Pre-built enterprise workflows of popular use cases.
- Purpose-built workflows
Built using Kubernetes Operators
Technology stack of your choice
Codified platform workflows
Learn how Platform-as-Code offers tools and techniques to integrate disparate Kubernetes API extensions and define platform workflows in YAMLs.
Platform engineering teams from Fortune 500 enterprises are leveraging our customized training on Kubernetes extensibility to build their Kubernetes native platform layers.
KubePlus API add-on is designed to augment existing declarative application management constructs in Kubernetes, like Kubernetes YAML or Helm, to primarily serve the unique requirements around Custom APIs / Resources. It enables discovery & binding of Custom APIs/ Resources to orchestrate platform workflows in Kubernetes YAMLs.
Kubernetes's open and extensible nature along with its wide adoption across hosting providers enables enterprises to postpone their cloud or Kubernetes vendor choice until they are ready for production deployment. This is possible only if your platform stack is Kubernetes Native in nature without attachment to any proprietary CLIs/UIs.
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 / prod environments.
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"KubePlus can give me the flexibitlity to manage lifecycle events (like post-startup db validations, replica additions to mongodb replica sets, kafka custom rebalancing etc.) at the top-level rather than lower level of docker images."
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