SysEleven launches beta phase Kubernetes framework creates apps ” as seen from the catalog“
At KubeCon, SysEleven introduced a beta version of “MetaKube Accelerator”. With the framework for companies that offer their customers cloud-native applications, software projects can be created quickly and predefined and operated in different clouds.
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With a new framework, software projects should be created quickly and predefined. (Image: public domain© Egar / Pixabay )
To do this, application developers must select the basic applications and services they need, define the setup as code via a graphical user interface, and add their solutions. Unlike software catalogs, SysEleven provides updates and tests the compatibility and integration capability of the included basic applications.
The basis is MetaKube Core, a GDPR-compliant managed Kubernetes service that customers do not have to provide their own infrastructure to operate. Based on this, MetaKube Accelerator offers an integrated environment in which application developers assemble complete setups from curated software modules in the final version. These are the “Building Blocks”, including Life-Cycle Management for Minor and Security Patches, Release Automation and a data interface.
“With MetaKube Accelerator, we are significantly simplifying the setup and management of cloud-native applications on Kubernetes,” says Marc Korthaus, Managing Director of SysEleven. “This is in line with the wishes of our customers, who want a GDPR-compliant and highly flexible Kubernetes platform with little effort for maintenance and operation.“
The beta is now available and can be tried out free of charge.