Managed Kubernetes

Your Happy-Go-Lucky Container Orchestration Service Hosted in Germany.

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Sail the Seas of Automation with More Ease

Our Managed Kubernetes service helps you to orchestrate your container workload. With Kubernetes (K8s) you automate the deployment, scaling, and management of your containerized applications. While we take care of running and operating your Kubernetes cluster, you benefit from all the features Kubernetes has to offer without having to worry about availability and performance of the underlying infrastructure.

Deal with all kinds of jobs: Deployment of containerized applications, CI/CD pipelines or batch processing. Kubernetes is the state-of-the-art tool to lead your business into the modern time of software development and IT operations.

Build, deploy and scale your applications with trust.

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New to Kubernetes?

Get a brief overview of the concept and basics of Kubernetes.

Build, Deploy, Scale. Fast & Fearless.

Browse through the features of our Managed Kubernetes solution and find out the details that allow you to ship your container workload with ease.

Cluster in Minutes

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Define your cluster status, set the number of nodes, download your kubeconfig and start using kubectl: In just a few steps, your Kubernetes Cluster is ready. We take care of its high availability, updates, backups and a stable underlying cloud infrastructure.

Managed Control Plane

control plane: one level of the kubernetes-cluster with three cards sticking out and representing the brain of the cluster
The Control Plane is the brain of the cluster that takes the action and enforces your desired state. You can decide between a standalone or a high available control plane. We monitor and operate it. 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.

Powerful Abstraction

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There are objects for any kind of resources – pods, services, volumes, and many more. Abstraction leads to more consistency and reliability in your infrastructure and a simpler, more predictable deployment process.

CI/CD done rapidly

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Run your CI/CD workloads on top of Kubernetes for faster deployments and greater independence. K8s saves a lot of manual steps. It covers many of the tasks itself and is open to other tools with standardized APIs. There are plenty of integrations like GitLab Runners or the GitLab AutoDevOps Feature.

Persistent Volume Claims

Managing data within containers can be tricky. In theory there is only stateless workload for your pods, for everthying else we support Persistent Volume Claims. Store your data, e.g. for the operation of databases, beyond the life cycle of containers.

Horizontal Scaling and Autoscaling

Scale your application with a simple command or use the Kubernetes web interface. Depending on CPU usage or other metrics, new containers can be started automatically. Autoscaling detects when you actually run out of space in your cluster and starts new VMs, which collapse again when you no longer need them. Saves nerves, resources and money

Load Balancer and Service Discovery

Load Balancer: big blue box having four arms to four little boxes representing apps
Leverage from our Load Balancer as a Service for scaling and high availability. Your applications do not have to be adapted to a different service discovery mechanism. The load balancing and DNS management takes place automatically.

Object Storage

Every Managed Kubernetes Cluster comes with credentials for our own S3-compatible storage. Your data is replicated and distributed across two ISO 27001-certified data centers located in Nuremberg, Germany.

Open Standards and APIs

We believe in Open Source and Open Standards. All Kubernetes Clusters are fully compatible to the upstream project as well as the underlying infrastructure based on OpenStack. If you pursue a multi cloud strategy, we are happy to be a part of it.

Self-Healing

The restart of failed containers and the distribution of the workload to healthy containers is managed automatically by Kubernetes. In addition, the functionality of the applications can be checked by individual health probes.

Use Cases

Get an overview of four common scenarios in which Managed Kubernetes simplifies your life and helps you to achieve your goals.

Microservices

Hosting apps designed in a micro-service architectural approach is the most classical scenario to Kubernetes. The eco-system is full of ideas and best practices how to deal with this kind of software architectures. Service-mesh, autoscaling, selfhealing and rolling upgrades are just a bunch of many features that can make your Dev and Ops life easier.

Migrate existing Applications

Migrate your existing applications to containers and deploy them on top of Kubernetes. Maybe you are right if you think this is kind of over-engineered for simple apps, but the complexity is handled by us. You benefit from the comfortable, abstract way of deploying your apps with Kubernetes. And maybe we are right when we say you will love it.

CI/CD

Kubernetes also brings noticeable benefits to Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment/Delivery methodology. A consequential complement for the other shown use cases. To get the best out of Kubernetes and your application your development und deployment process should be automated as much as possible. Popular tools like GitLab, Jenkins, Travis-CI or Team-City have good integrations with Kubernetes.

Batch Processing

Running compute intensive and reoccurring jobs on top of Kubernetes is another common use case. Kuberentes helps to spread and distribute computing intensive jobs across the cluster. Also less intensive batch jobs can be run besides other production load to fill up gaps of unused compute resources. Use your resources more effectively. You can even spin up a cluster just for a short period of time, run and compute your batch jobs and delete the whole cluster again. You will be charged only for this period of time using those resources.

Customers Who Trust Us

The trust of our customers makes us proud! With many we are connected by years of partnership and often friendship.

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Our Pricing

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The pricing for your Kubernetes clusters is based on actual usage. A minimal setup consists of a single control plane and at least one worker node. Starting at € 1.88 per day.

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Start your K8s Cluster

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Managed Kubernetes

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Billing based on actual usage
High available control plane
Full K8s API
Scale on demand
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*A minimal Kubernetes cluster setup consists of a control plane and at least one worker node (2x virtual machines + 2x floating IPs). The pricing for Kubernetes clusters is based on actual usage. Additional costs for storage (S3 or persistent volume claims), load balancers and traffic may arise dynamically if used.