ClusterOps is a fully-managed Kubernetes platform that integrates infrastructure as code, open source software, and SRE expertise as a subscription service. The ClusterOps platform sits between the cloud infrastructure layer and application workloads so Platform Engineering teams can quickly close the gap between what you get from a cloud provider, and what you need to be production-grade.
Developing a production-ready Kubernetes infrastructure requires testing and adopting additional add-ons necessary to secure, scale, and operate Kubernetes. ClusterOps open source and infrastructure-as-code uses proven, expertly designed architectures that close the gap on what traditional managed Kubernetes solutions deliver out of the box.
Unlike traditional managed Kubernetes solutions, all ClusterOps infrastructure is built as code. This enables your clusters to be maintained and deployed on-demand in any cloud environment. In addition to a infrastructure-as-code repository, ClusterOps leverages a suite of Fairwinds open source software used to maintain your clusters.
Avoid expensive trial-and-error and internal proof-of-concept activities that can take months. ClusterOps enables you to leverage the promises of cloud-native technologies so you can automate your development process and enable continuous delivery and deployment pipelines into Kubernetes.
High-growth companies must continuously exceed expectations. Put more of your engineering staff on building product, not building infrastructure.
In addition to ClusterOps infrastructure and open source software, ClusterOps integrates a team of named site reliability engineers into your team by creating a shared Slack channel between both organizations.
A key benefit of a fully managed ClusterOps subscription is 24x7 monitoring that does not wake up your engineers at 3am or require you to build a team of Kubernetes experts just to maintain an on-call schedule.