Kubernetes getting started quickly and easily.
It is no longer difficult with ‘IXcloud® Kubernetes’ getting started quickly and easily.
Are you hesitant to adopt Kubernetes because of its high difficulty and complexity?
IXcloud makes Kubernetes easy.
IXcloud Kubernetes Service (IKS) automates all processes required to get started with Kubernetes,
from cluster installation, configuration, and deployment.
Get started now with IXcloud Kubernetes.
Deployment and management
of one-click clusters
Complete configuration and deployment
of clusters with one click.
(expanding and contracting)of pods
Auto-scaler that automatically
expands and contracts pods as needed
with real-time monitoring
A to Z Guide
Provides detailed guides
from Kubernetes concepts to tutorials, including YAML files
CNCF-certified; compatible with standard Kubernetes environment; Kubernetes standard APP and SW can be utilized
The Kubernetes Certified Service Provider (KCSP) is a certification given to companies that are equipped with the competence and experience to perform Kubernetes professional
services. In order to obtain the KCSP certification the following 3 requirements must be met.
1) The company must be a member of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF)
2) Have a certain number of engineers who are certified as Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA)
3) Pertain a certain level of recognized technical skills & safety
On the other hand, the CK certification is given to those services that have passed the CKCP (Certified Kubernetes Conformance Program) conformity program.
IXcloud Kubernetes Service provides enterprise-grade services based on the Kubernetes expertise certified by CNCF.
One of the biggest differences between Kubernetes and other clouds is the durability and elasticity of the service environment.
In a typical cloud environment, the failure of just one instance can affect the entire service.
By contrast, in a Kubernetes environment, pods have respective roles and run independently from other nodes(instances).
Thus, even in an event of a node fail, the continuity of the service is not depreciated as new pods are automatically deployed to replace the troubled pods.
In addition, Pods are automatically added or deleted accordingly to the environment value set, guaranteeing faster responses than instance autoscaling.
Expanding or recovering failures can much smoothly be done.
Creating clusters within a click
Simply create a cluster from the IXcloud console without the cumbersome process. A cluster can be directly created with the default values suggested by the console. Then, grasp Kubernetes operations at a glance through the monitoring dashboard.
A quick and easy container registry
* Soon to be released
A container registry helps you store and manage container images separately. Images can be securely stored and managed in a private registry with fast scale-out. You can use a container registry, which is essential for building a CI/CD pipeline, immediately without having to build it.
Hands-free Pod Auto-scaler
Frustrated from managing resources for your service operation? Simply manage with the help of IKS Auto-scaler. IKS's Auto-scaler automatically expands and contracts the number of pods through real-time monitoring. This enables you to be prepared for unexpected loads and can help you reduce costs and ensure high availability.
- Services with a short product release cycle (CI/CD)
- Services managed by multiple teams (Helm)
- Fast test environment and data storage (PV)
Services with a short product release cycle (CI/CD)
For services with a short product release cycle, fast build and deployment of service code is essential.
The need of a CI/CD environment that automates code integration and deployment is surely in required.
* Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery
Services managed by multiple teams (Helm)
If multiple teams are managing the service together, multiple clusters will be in operation.
This means, applications may need to be run on a new cluster from time to time.
Data storage and rapid test environment (PV)
Pods that perform tasks in Kubernetes are created and deleted while moving from one node to another without being dependent on a specific node.
The data within the pods will also be deleted and restarted accordingly. But what if you need this data? How will you be able to save them?
|Category||Monthly fee (KRW, VAT excluded)|
|Nodes (VMs)||An hourly rate is charged based on the node (VM) specification that is created.|
Are you at a loss about how to get started with Kubernetes and how to configure it? If so, consult an IXcloud engineer who is certified as a Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) about it. For Transformation to Kubernetes, IXcloud is here to help.