Kublr 1.17 adds config page on UI, supports latest Kubernetes release (one of only a few providers)

If you’re an advanced Kubernetes user, you’ll likely want to configure parameters for specific use cases. While with Kublr, the most flexible Kubernetes platform on the market, literally everything is customizable (except, of course, if… Read more…

Kubernetes + Kublr Architecture Infographic

Kubernetes, the de facto container orchestrator, is great and should be part of any DevOps toolkit. But, just as any other open source technology, it’s not a full-fletched ready-to-use platform. To run in prod, you’ll… Read more…

Kublr 1.16 supports rolling upgrades with zero downtime across clouds and on-prem

The first independent Kubernetes engine to date to do so

When evaluating Kubernetes providers, you’ll quickly see that they ALL support upgrades. But here’s a little dirty secret, no independent Kubernetes multi-cloud, multi-cluster platform supports rolling updates. Instead, you’ll need to deploy a different cluster… Read more…

Kublr 1.15 Provides Comprehensive Enterprise-Grade RBAC Management for Kubernetes

Easying enterprise Kubernetes adoption is at the core of what we do. Today, we are thrilled to announce Kublr’s simplified and comprehensive role-based-access-control (RBAC) management via the Kublr UI. Kubernetes RBAC and Kublr RBAC Configurable… Read more…

Kubernetes 101: Kubernetes and the Cloud Native Stack

This article is part of a new series providing a high level overview of basic Kubernetes concepts and additional resources for further deep dives. The cloud native stack, also referred to as the new stack,… Read more…

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