Manage Production-Grade Kubernetes Seamlessly Across Hybrid And Multi-Cloud Environment

Successive Cloud helps accelerate your containerized app development lifecycle with robust SaaS-based platforms and drives higher agility, flexibility, and efficiency. Leverage the world’s most popular container orchestration with our enterprise-class managed Kubernetes services and make cluster management and integration workflows easy and effective. Our Kubernetes as a service offering empower you with self-service deployments, Kubernetes upgrades, scalability, and multi-cloud portability.

Benefits of Kubernetes For Enterprises

Enterprises are investing in microservices, serverless architecture, and containerized applications. Kubernetes provides advanced solutions to host and deploy these containerized services and workloads in the cloud environment. Kubernetes services eliminate the manual process and provide numerous benefits to enterprises for application development, deployment, security, and maintenance:

Orchestrate containers on multiple hosts

Control and automate deployments and updates

Organize containers into “pods” to avoid common issues

Scale resources and applications in real-time

Test and autocorrect application state

More efficiently uses hardware and resources: hence saving money

Our Kubernetes Expertise And Services

We leverage our Kubernetes Consulting Partnership and help organizations seamlessly orchestrate container platforms for cloud systems. We embrace cloud-native development to build and run applications that take advantage of Kubernetes and cloud computing models in line with your budget and business priorities.

Multi-Cloud Orchestration

Avoid vendor lock-in while using multi-cloud platforms in a single network architecture by leveraging containerization and orchestration with the help of Kubernetes distributions.

Microservices with Service mesh

Support microservice architecture with service mesh on Kubernetes infrastructure that ensures decoupled services are connected, performing well, and secure in all aspects.

Cloud-Native Security Management

Secure the 4Cs of cloud-native systems: cloud, cluster, container, and code by using Kubernetes-Native Toolkit and third-party tools such as Anchore and Aqua.

Kubernetes Deployment Strategies

Adopt any of the deployment strategies such as Rolling, Blue-Green, Canary deployments, and A/B testing to change or update running instances of applications.

Dynamic Clustering

Enable Kubernetes integrations to a self-hosted Kubernetes cluster for a dynamic node pool and orchestrate multiple clusters across geographical regions.

DevOps & Automation

Automate everything from infrastructure, development to production by upgrading to DevOps practices including IaC, CI/CD pipelines, and make use of other automation tools.

24x7 SRE Support

Our experts keep tabs on site reliability monitoring, incident response metrics, and maintain technical insights about clusters, nodes, and machines to ensure your system is always up and available.

Training & Support

To empower your Cloud-Native team, we provide consistent training and arrange workshops to deliver hands-on knowledge on Kubernetes solutions, best practices, and deployments.

Technical Expertise

Our certified Kubernetes administrators (CKA), developers (CKAD) and expert cloud architects come to serve your business needs and help you scale applications as your business grows.

Most Popular Tools And Services

Why Enterprises Need Kubernetes Solutions
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Leverage a consistent and seamless experience across your cloud infrastructure

Our experts utilize modern tools, emerging technologies and APIs to deploy secure, highly available clusters in a native Kubernetes environment. Our Kubernetes-as-a-Service practices provide continuous availability and effective workload diversity.

Ensure complete compliance in deployments by safeguarding your cluster network

Our comprehensive authentication and authorization capabilities protect your tech stack from the network to the Kubernetes Cluster including container images running in a cluster with some additional security services to run the applications, smoothly with speed.

Minimize or maximize the size of your Kubernetes cluster anytime, based on evolving app requirements

We leverage Horizontal Pod Autoscaler (HPA), Vertical Pod Autoscaler (VPA) and Cluster Autoscaler (CA) to optimize resource usage and operational costs based on the presence of pending pods and node utilization metrics.

Assess Kubernetes for hybrid and multicloud application portability

Using Kubernetes-as-a-Service, we move your container-based applications across multiple cloud environments, seamlessly. This drives higher flexibility and improves time-to-market deliverables.

Restart, Recover, Replace And Reschedule containers that doesn’t respond to your user defined health check

At Successive Cloud, our experts configure custom and auto-scalable Kubernetes cluster and recover your damaged containerized app or an application component to its original desired state instantly through redeployment practices.

FAQs

Enterprise Kubernetes is open-source, “upstream” Kubernetes, hardened, secured, and integrated with other software and systems to provide a complete solution that empower organizations to leverage multiple cloud providers and proliferate with solutions tailored to specific business needs without re-architecting the cloud infrastructure.

Docker is a containerization platform, used for building container images including everything needed to run an application – the application code, binaries, scripts, dependencies, configuration, environment variables, and so on.

Kubernetes is a container orchestrator, used for automating manual processes involved in deploying, managing, and scaling containerized applications.

Kubernetes runs across a cluster while Docker runs on a single node. Also, Kubernetes is more extensive than Docker and it further coordinates node clusters in production at scale.

Kubernetes is neither IaaS nor PaaS. It is an open-source, extensible container orchestration engine which makes it more like CaaS (Container-as-a-Service).

Applications are built as discrete functional parts and each of which are delivered as a Container, hence you will get more parts to manage complexity in each application.

  1. Enable Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)
  2. Use Third-Party Authentication for API Server
  3. Protect ETCD with TLS and Firewall
  4. Isolate Kubernetes Nodes
  5. Monitor Network Traffic to Limit Communications
  6. Use Process Whitelisting
  7. Turn on Audit Logging
  8. Keep your Kubernetes Version Up to Date
  9. Lock Down Kubelet
  10. Secure Kubernetes with Aqua

Kubernetes tracks container applications in real-time that are deployed into the cloud. It restarts orphaned containers, shuts them down when not in use and automatically provisions resources like memory, storage and CPU.

According to Gartner, “More than 75% of global organizations will be running containerized applications in production” by 2022.

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