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KAOPS Platform Engineering Framework

Simplified and Secure Hybrid/Multi-Cloud 

Applications

KAOPS helps you simplify and secure Kubernetes application across clouds and clusters with multi-cluster/cloud networking, container-based packaging, and a neutral approach to Kubernetes with:  

  • Skupper

  • NGINX

  • Helm

  • Any Kubernetes Distro (managed and non-managed)

KAOPS Operate

KAOPS Makes Multi-Cloud Application Networking Easy

Simplify Multi-Cloud/Cluster Communication for Kubernetes with Skupper

Skupper enables secure communication across Kubernetes clusters with no VPNs or special firewall rules.  With Skupper, your application can span multiple cloud providers, datacenter, and regions.

Skupper open source for Kubernetes

Add Additional Layers of Security and Handle High Volume of Connections with NGINX

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NGINX is an open source software for web serving, reverse proxying, caching, load balancing, and media streaming.  NGINX accelerates content and application delivery, improves security, and facilitates availability and scalability for the busiest websites.  

KAOPS Provides Simplified Packaging of Container for Application Deployment

Standardize Packaging, Porting, and Installing of K8s Apps with Helm

Helm, a graduate project in the CNCF, helps define, install, and upgrade even the most complex Kubernetes application. It is the best way to share and use software built for Kubernetes. 

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Helm Kubernetes charts

Customize Application Configuration with Kustomize

Kustomize provides Kubernetes native configuration management - or the ability to customize Kubernetes objects.

KAOPS Is Agnostic and Supports All K8s Containerized Workloads & Services Orchestration

Run Any Kubernetes or 
Production-Grade Container Orchestration Across Any Cloud 

Kubernetes, also known as K8s, is an open source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. K8s distributions: OpenShift, EKS, AKS, GKE, Minikube, etc.

K8s orchestration multiple distributions
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Azure AKS
Google GKE
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