Launching temporary environments: Engineers often need to deploy new infrastructures for testing or exploring that they want to be set quickly with just a few commands.
Offering clients a diverse software marketplace while providing ready-made infrastructure templates tailored to various software domains and architectures. Engineers can pick the necessary template and deploy the infrastructure in a cloud in minutes.
Managed Kubernetes services need further setup: Major cloud service providers have managed Kubernetes services for deploying and managing containerized applications. However, these clusters require additional provisioning and configuration for customer use.
Cluster.dev templates enable quick deployment of pre-configured Kubernetes clusters with add-ons for major cloud platforms like AWS, Azure, and GCP. These clusters offer organizations fully-fledged, highly customizable environments suitable for operational use or testing purposes.
Complexity of managing hybrid-cloud environments: To minimize risk for security and compliance reasons, enterprise customers prefer to store sensitive data on-premises or in a private cloud while utilizing public cloud services. This creates disparate and challenging-to-manage infrastructures.
Cluster.dev enables cloud architects to seamlessly integrate various infrastructure components into a unified solution, even in complex scenarios like hybrid or multi-cloud installations.