WHAT IS MANAGED KUBERNETES?
Getting started with Managed Kubernetes_
With each application partitioned into its own service, both scaling and troubleshooting applications can be done independently without impacting other services
Define the parameters needed to run your applications and allow the control plane to maintain the desired state, constantly making adjustments as needed.
Kubernetes is open-sourced and the most widely used containerised application orchestrator. As a result, there is a continuously growing ecosystem of tools created by developers around the world to improve the ways that your organisation can build and maintain your Kubernetes clusters.
Why choose Managed Kubernetes by BSO?
We want to empower users to be able to operate in the cloud platform of their choice and move between platforms when they want, without the headaches of a complex migration.
Our team approach
We build the best possible solution for your business. We have a globally dispersed team of engineers able to assist at all stages of your project.
Unlike other cloud providers, with all BSO Cloud products, we present our competitive costs upfront so there are no surprises.
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
“The major cloud providers' one-size-fits-all approach tends to lack transparency when it comes to services but also to costs. BSO supported our specific needs and development with a great deal of expertise. Our BSO interlocutors provided us with the flexibility to create custom solutions adapted to our specific needs, on a 24/7 basis, and as part of a larger solutions portfolio. We can now focus our resources on building quality services for our customers. "
Soumow Atitallah Head of Engineering & Product at Opisto
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
"The choice of BSO was motivated by its ability to offer quality support, provided by highly qualified engineers who can support us at any time, but also by the quality of its scalable, fully S3-compatible, high-availability hosting solution, which is sovereign because it is hosted in France, redundant and guarantees 100% data durability."
Gilles Gozlan CEO at CloudRéso
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What does Cloud Agnostic Kubernetes do?
Cloud Agnostic Kubernetes enables developers to deploy, manage, and orchestrate containerised applications without being tightly bound to a specific cloud provider. This approach allows applications to be deployed and scaled across different cloud environments, such as AWS, Azure, Google Cloud, or on-premises data centres, without significant modifications or dependencies on any one cloud platform.
In essence, Cloud Agnostic Kubernetes abstracts the underlying infrastructure complexities of different cloud providers, providing a consistent and standardised way to manage containers and applications. This flexibility empowers organisations to avoid vendor lock-in, optimise resource utilisation, and choose the best-suited cloud environments for specific workloads, all while benefiting from the powerful features of Kubernetes' container orchestration capabilities.
Does Managed Kubernetes work on any cloud?
Yes, Managed Kubernetes is designed to work across any cloud without the risk of being tied to one vendor. It's built to function smoothly on cloud providers that offer virtual machines and public IP addresses. It lets you run applications on various private or public clouds, regardless of location. This is useful for tasks like active-active setups, disaster recovery, and more. With Kubernetes multi-cloud, developers enjoy benefits like better availability and disaster recovery, avoiding lock-in with specific cloud providers, and lowering costs. This approach also helps meet regulations like GDPR and Privacy Shield.
In short, Managed Kubernetes gives you the freedom to use multiple cloud platforms while avoiding vendor restrictions. This offers flexibility, efficiency, and adherence to regulations.
What are the features of Managed Kubernetes?
Managed Kubernetes, often referred to as KB8S (Kubernetes), offers a robust platform for container orchestration with several key features that can simplify and streamline your containerized applications.
Complex Solution Made Easy: Managed Kubernetes is a complex solution, but our expert team is here to help you build and manage it. You don't need to navigate Kubernetes intricacies alone; we provide the necessary guidance and support.
Admin Offloading: With Managed Kubernetes, you can offload much of the administrative burden to us. This means you can focus more on developing and deploying your applications while we handle tasks like cluster maintenance, scaling, and updates.
Kubernetes as a Service (KaaS) Option: Managed Kubernetes also offers a Kubernetes as a Service (KaaS) option. Like KB8S, it's a complex solution, but with KaaS, you have the flexibility to manage everything yourself. This choice allows you to have more control over your Kubernetes environment if you have specific requirements or expertise.
Cost Efficiency: Our billing structure for Managed Kubernetes is based on cloud-managed virtual machines (VMs) only. You pay for the cloud capabilities that your Kubernetes cluster is utilizing. Our basic solution typically includes five VMs. This pricing model eliminates the need to pay separately for additional Kubernetes services on top of your cloud infrastructure costs, providing cost efficiency and transparency.
Why do I need Cloud Agnostic Kubernetes?
You need Cloud Agnostic Kubernetes for your containerised apps. With BSO's Managed Kubernetes, you can:
Avoid Lock-In: Run your workloads on different clouds to stay flexible and avoid vendor lock-in.
Optimise Costs: Choose the most cost-effective cloud option.
Enhance Reliability: Ensure high availability and disaster recovery across multiple clouds.
Streamline Deployment: Simplify operations with standardised Kubernetes deployment.
Future-Proof: Stay adaptable to evolving cloud technologies and landscapes.
In summary, Cloud Agnostic Kubernetes offers you flexibility, efficiency, and scalability for your containerised apps.