Meet us at KubeCon NA
Our team is proud to be a silver sponsor and exhibitor at KubeCon Seattle. Khash Sajadi, Brent Graham, Dima Lisenko and Kasia Hoffman will be on hand to talk about how we run our own stack—serving almost 4,000 customer apps deployed to numerous clouds as well as bare metal—on Kubernetes, and how we approach critical aspects around the orchestrator such as the deployment pipeline and application Ops.
You can find us at S80 booth.
Ask Cloud 66 about containers:
Cloud 66 allows developers to implement containers in their existing infrastructure via two main products: Cloud 66 Skycap and Cloud 66 Maestro.
Cloud 66 Skycap
Skycap is a Container Deployment Pipeline. You can use Skycap to automatically turn your source code into container (Docker) images, manage your Kubernetes configuration files and deploy your applications to any Kubernetes cluster. Skycap is your best option if you already have Kubernetes Cluster.
New Skycap Features:
Formations - are like “deployment destinations” for your application. Each application can have multiple deployment destinations. These destinations can be different Kubernetes clusters or different namespaces on the same cluster. Choose Formations to deploy to pre-existing clusters.
Stencils - are version controlled configuration templates for Kubernetes. They are used together with Formations to provide a secure, easy and flexible way of generating Kubernetes configuration files based on your application requirements.
Cloud 66 Maestro
Maestro is a full container management service. Maestro helps you build images, deploy and maintain your container infrastructure (and it takes care of... firewalls, servers, load balancers, logs, team support, native database, database replication etc).
New Maestro Features:
Maestro Clusters - is a native Kubernetes cluster built, managed and maintained on your own servers by Cloud 66 Maestro. A cluster can be on any cloud or your own servers (or both), from 1 server to hundreds of servers. It runs a clean upstream Kubernetes where you can scale up and down its capacity, or upgrade it with a simple to use dashboard as you can expect from Cloud 66.
Multiple Cloud - Deploy your application to any cloud, hybrid, baremetal or your own server and switch between available zones, regions and cloud providers using FailoverGroups.
Cloud 66 Container OpenSource Projects
*NEW: Alterant - is a Descriptive Configuration Modifier. It reads configuration files in yaml or json and modifies them based on your scripts. You can think of it as an elegant and understandable equivalent of XSLT but for JSON and YAML!
Copper - is a tool to validate Kubernetes configuration files.You can use Copper to make sure your Kubernetes configuration files adhere to policies you set for your infrastructure, like not allowing
latestas an image tag or making sure your Load Balancer IP addresses don't get changed by mistake.
Habitus - is a build flow tool for Docker. Habitus adds workflows to Docker build. This means you can create a chain of builds to generate your final Docker image based on a workflow.
Starter -is a dokerfile generator. Starter works in the same way as BuildPacks do, but generates the files needed to build images with Cloud 66 BuildGrid, Kubernetes configuration files and Docker Compose
KubeCon & CloudNativeCon
KubeCon & CloudNativeCon is the biggest event for the cloud-native and Kubernetes community and has grown exponentially over the last couple of years. This December, Kubecon NA takes place in Seattle, where thousands of Kube-nauts convene for three days to further the education and advancement of cloud-native computing.
- Date: 10-13 December 2018
- Place: Seattle, UAS
- Venue: Washington State Convention Center
- More info
- Cloud 66 Booth: S80
Of course, you're welcome to play with the most comprehensive Container Deployment Pipeline and App Lifecycle Management out there by signing up for Cloud 66 Skycap or Maestro.