Yet another Kubernetes platform?

Containers and Kubernetes usage on the rise

With containers production usage on the rise (up to 38% late 2018), Kubernetes is increasingly becoming the first-choice orchestrator, even considered a Cloud OS by some (though definitely a framework), fueling a very lively ecosystem on the way with countless Meetups, talks, and conferences like KubeCon and CloudNative Con.


Accelerating the Kubernetes learning curve, to empower DevOps

Prone to sharing their frustration on social media, developers even started creating memes to illustrate their difficulties on their journey to Kubernetes (Kube or K8S to his friends) implementation, some of them going as far as creating dedicated websites like the infamous “Kubernetes failure stories” to share their poor experience.


Enabling multi-cloud

With a whooping 63% of IaaS users now deploying to multiple clouds, multi-vendor public cloud is a standard, often pushed by DevOps looking for the best solutions for their projects.

What is multi-cloud and why enterprises are adopting it
Deploy Kubernetes in production

Even more at stake

We have now reached a situation where data centers emit as much CO2 as the air travel industry. Kubernetes adoption can help minimize our impact. Cheryl Hung (@oicheryl), Director of Ecosystem at Cloud Native Computing Foundation (Linux Foundation) recently gave a great talk about computing resources optimization and climate change.

Data centers climate impact

The future of cloud is full of promises.

V1 launch is planned for December 2019.



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