Joep Piscaer of Virtual Lifestyle comments:
I talked about Platform9’s ability to enter new SaaS-realms easily: their core business is delivering difficult-to-implement/operate infrastructure software like OpenStack as a service, making it easy for customers to deploy in production.
Today, they’re coming out with a managed Kubernetes Container-as-a-Service platform with support for the Docker container runtime engine . Not only do they take care of the initial burden of architecting and deploying Kubernetes, they’ll also take responsibility of day-to-day operations (monitoring, alerting, patching and upgrades).
In true Platform9 style, they’ve made the service Enterprise-ready, by integrating RBAC, multi-tenancy, SSO, persistent storage, fine-grained network isolation and image management.
The container world keeps evolving. It won’t be long until this innovation starts challenging the incumbents.
Read more at: The Power of Platform9: Managed Kubernetes
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