Integrate Kubernetes Into Your Existing OpenStack Private Cloud.
What you’ll get
VEXXHOST’s Kubernetes Enablement offering was developed to make our Certified Kubernetes service increasingly accessible to our users. This offering provides quick, on-demand access to Certified Kubernetes that are compatible with both virtual machines and bare metal. Through being a fully managed service, our Kubernetes Enablement offering also relieves the stress traditionally associated with the deployment of Kubernetes. and it reduces the extent of the undertaking on the user’s end.
Take advantage of our expertise and Certified Kubernetes.
Regardless of whether you’re using virtual machines or bare-metal, VEXXHOST can quickly deploy our Certified Kubernetes on your system.
VEXXHOST’s fully managed Kubernetes Enablement offering means that users also benefit from our extensive support, upgrades, monitoring, and incident management.
Easily integrate Kubernetes with various OpenStack services for enhanced functionality.
Through integrating with Cinder, users can provision persistent volumes which ultimately don’t rely on the lifecycle of their bound pod.
The Kubernetes integration with Keystone makes it possible for users to authenticate their clusters using their existing OpenStack username and password.
With OpenStack’s Load Balancers service integrated with Kubernetes, users can employ an external load balancer that exists in front of the Kubernetes service, creating an external IP that can be accessed and will distribute traffic amongst the pods.
Our users have the assurance of the availability of the most up to date versions of Kubernetes and Magnum.
Select the version of Kubernetes that suits your needs as well as your environment. We offer the latest Kubernetes release, 1.18, as well as previous versions.
With our level of commitment and contributions to OpenStack technology, our users can rest easy, knowing that they will have immediate access to the latest releases.
Never lose sight of the health of your environment with VEXXHOST’s full monitoring.
Optimal Environment Health
With our offering, users are guaranteed constant monitoring of their system every five minutes. So no matter what, VEXXHOST can ensure that your environment is operating within optimal parameters.
VEXXHOST also provides incident management so that should any issues arise, our team is immediately alerted and can begin restoring service instantly.
Take advantage of open-source technology through VEXXHOST’s usage of OpenStack technology.
VEXXHOST is not only a provider of Certified Kubernetes but is also certified by the Open Infrastructure Foundation, meaning that we are exceptionally skilled and well versed in all of their projects and service offerings, including Magnum, their container project, which we use as the foundation for the delivery of our Kubernetes Enablement offering.
No Vendor Lock-In
VEXXHOST’s open-source technology also ensures that users will never be locked into any service.
Take the worry out of applying out-of-date or buggy code with upstream Kubernetes.
VEXXHOST only makes use of upstream Kubernetes, ensuring that the code delivered is from the official version of the projects.
Maintenance & Updates
Through the use of upstream Kubernetes, users can easily transition to the latest updates, ensuring their code’s maintenance.
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