Opsani Launches Continuous Deployment for KubernetesKUBECON, AUSTIN, TEXAS -- DECEMBER 05, 2017
Company Combines the Power of Kubernetes and Simplicity of Visual Operations to Accelerate Enterprise Adoption of Containerized Applications.
Opsani, the leading provider of automation software for container deployment and operations, announces the availability of its Skopos Continuous Deployment System to Kubernetes clusters. By combining the Skopos visual model for application deployments with the power of Kubernetes orchestration, enterprises get the benefit of moving to containers quickly with ease, without the upfront investment in time and resources associated with the steep learning curve of adopting new technologies.
“While most companies offer Kubernetes support for cluster management, container monitoring or security, at Opsani we focus on deployment of applications to accelerate the quick and reliable adoption of Kubernetes at scale,” said Ross Schibler, CEO, Opsani. “From a single container image in development to different production environments and diverse clouds, we provide seamless application deployment as the need for large scale services arise,” Schibler continues.
“Opsani brings a novel visual approach to make writing and using applications on Kubernetes easier than ever before,” said Joseph Jacks, KubeCon Founder and CNCF Founding Member. “I’m very excited to see how the Opsani team further enables the future of multi-cloud architectures!”
“Microsoft Azure is leading the digital transformation providing customers with the freedom to build and deploy their workloads to the public cloud, using the operating systems, programming languages, tools, applications, and frameworks of their choice. Opsani’s visual approach to automated deployment streamlines enterprise adoption of modern workloads to multi-cloud environments and utilizes Azure to provide deep, integrated support across a broad selection of open source technologies,” said Tom Honeybone, Microsoft, Principle Engineering Manager-Commercial Software Engineering.
“The challenge with large-scale container systems is that they are complex to build, run and manage properly. With Skopos we do not have to walk the line between functionality and simplicity. Instead, we get powerful functionality that is beautifully simple to operate,” said Jameel Al-Aziz, Lead Infrastructure Engineer, HighFive Technologies, Inc.
Skopos for Kubernetes is free with enterprise support available. For more information visit http://opsani.com/k8s.
Opsani is a leading provider of software and services for DevOps teams, based in Los Altos, CA. The cornerstone of Opsani’s vision is the Skopos continuous deployment system, which adds automatic deployment for containers and microservices to complete the development-to-production cycle. Skopos seamlessly integrates with popular CI/CD systems in minutes and allows for automated deployment every time new code is promoted. The system provides consistent and continuous operation for Kubernetes clusters and Docker EE, on premise or on multiple cloud environments like Amazon ECS, Microsoft Azure or Google Cloud. For more information, visit http://opsani.com.
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