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Automatically scale, manage and deploy your containerized applications

Comprehensive Kubernetes Ecosystem

  • Easy Cluster Management

    Easily create, update and delete kubernetes clusters with APIs and CLI tools.
  • Simple Pricing

    Just pay a fixed fee for the month you activate, produce and use as many clusters as you want.
  • Multi-Location Integration

    Ensure seamless integration between Kubernetes nodes running in different physical locations.
  • High Availability

    An infrastructure design that ensures uninterrupted operation of both control and worker nodes.
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Diversity of Kubernetes Use Scenarios

Kubernetes is the ideal platform for applications of all sizes, from simple web applications to complex microservices and big data processing solutions. It ensures that your applications always run at their best by providing advanced features such as auto-scaling, high availability, and fault tolerance.
  • Transition to Microservices

    Transition to Microservices

    Achieve faster updates and scaling by breaking monolithic applications into small, independent microservices.
  • Bulk Data Processing

    Bulk Data Processing

    Automatically distributes workloads and restarts failed tasks to manage and scale high-volume data processing jobs.
  • Continuous Integration and Deployment

    Continuous Integration and Deployment

    It improves software development processes by ensuring code changes are continuously integrated and automatic, consistent deployments are made.
  • Hybrid and Multi-Cloud

    Hybrid and Multi-Cloud

    It supports flexible hybrid and multi-cloud deployment strategies by allowing you to manage your applications across different cloud providers and on-premise systems.

Power of Kubernetes

The Kubernetes platform allows you to seamlessly manage microservices architectures by combining functionalities such as auto-scaling, high availability, and fault tolerance. A leader in container orchestration, this system ensures that your applications are always up to date and running at optimal performance.
  • Self Healing

    It restarts failed containers and replaces those that are not working properly.
  • Smart Placement

    Automatically places containers based on resource requirements.
  • Automatic Publishing

    It rolls out app changes gradually and rolls them back if problems occur.
  • Service Discovery and Load Balancing

    It gives Pods their own IP addresses and assigns a single DNS name for a set of Pods, as well as load balancing between Pods.
  • Optimized Network Management

    Low-latency, high-bandwidth networking between nodes, services, and external assets.
  • Backup and Restore

    Supports Snapshot and restore with delta backups. By compressing and encrypting data, it increases security and reduces storage requirements.

Frequently Asked Questions

Kubernetes, or K8s for short, is an open source container orchestration tool. It is used to manage clusters of containerized applications. This is a process known in the computing world as 'orchestration'. Kubernetes automates the operational tasks of container management and has commands to deploy applications, roll out changes to your applications (automotic rollback), scale your applications up and down to fit changing needs, monitor your applications (health-checks), and more. It makes it easy to manage applications from anywhere. In short, it takes care of most of the work that goes into deploying and managing your applications, reducing the time, resources, and costs associated with your daily operations.
Containers are a good way to bundle and run your applications. In a production environment, you need to manage the containers running applications and ensure there are no downtimes. Kubernetes gives you a framework to run distributed systems flexibly. It takes care of scaling and failover for your application, provides deployment models and more. It makes it easier for an organization's applications to have greater scalability and be flexible, portable, and more productive. Additionally, if your application is moving to microservices architecture or you are developing an application that follows microservices architecture, Kubernetes should be your choice.
Docker is an open source platform used to handle software development. Its main benefit is that it packages the settings and dependencies the software/application needs to run in a container, which provides portability and some other benefits. Kubernetes allows manual connection and orchestration of several containers running on multiple hosts created using Docker. Docker Swarm is an open source container orchestration tool used for clustering and programming Docker containers developed within Docker. There are differences between Kubernetes and Docker Swarm as mentioned below.
There is a maximum of 5000 nodes (VMs) you can orchestrate with DT Kubernetes.
Billed prepaid per cluster

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