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VEXXHOST, a Canadian cloud computing provider offering OpenStack powered public cloud, private cloud and consulting to customers from over 150 different countries, has added Kubernetes Enablement to its product portfolio.

VEXXHOST’s Kubernetes Enablement offering would delivers to users secured container clusters through enhanced isolation and upgraded performance due to faster deployment times and simplified extensive service integrations.

VEXXHOST Mohammed Naser, CEO
“We felt it was important to make the latest version of Kubernetes available to our clients regardless of the version of their OpenStack infrastructure,” said Mohammed Naser, CEO of VEXXHOST.

This offering would enable businesses with existing OpenStack private clouds to integrate and consume Kubernetes as a fully managed solution. VEXXHOST previously announced that they had received certification from the CNCF for their Kubernetes and this Kubernetes Enablement offering was developed to make their Certified Kubernetes service increasingly accessible to their cloud users.

“We’re always excited to see Certified Kubernetes companies like VEXXHOST make their Kubernetes services increasingly available to their cloud users,” said Dan Kohn, Executive Director, Cloud Native Computing Foundation. “It really speaks to the value and importance of the CNCF certification programs.”

Kubernetes, Version 1.14

VEXXHOST’s Certified Kubernetes have been available to their public cloud users since 2017, resulting in “quick, on-demand” access to Certified Kubernetes. This Kubernetes Enablement offering would effectively act as an extension to the initial service at the private cloud level. VEXXHOST’s offering would manage to relieve the stress associated with the deployment of Kubernetes and reduce the extent of the undertaking for VEXXHOST’s clients by being a fully managed service.

“VEXXHOST always strives to deliver the best that cloud computing has to offer,” said Mohammed Naser, CEO of VEXXHOST. “That’s why we felt it was important to make the latest version of Kubernetes, version 1.14, available to our clients regardless of the version of their OpenStack infrastructure.”