G-Core Labs, a global CDN supplier delivering cloud and edge technologies, has released Managed Kubernetes – a cloud container management service. Clients may get ready-to-use Kubernetes clusters rapidly, as well as automate application scaling and deployment in the provider’s cloud.
Clients of G-Core Labs may use the Managed Kubernetes service to speed up and simplify the process of building, testing, and deploying new application versions. This is made feasible by the automation of container management, upgrading, and scaling.
“Managed Kubernetes allows you to use all the platform’s advantages and to get rid of its main drawbacks, such as complicated maintenance, the need to implement the orchestrator into your own infrastructure, and extra load on the IT team,” said Seva Vayner, head of cloud platforms at G-Core Labs. “With the new service, our clients receive ready-to-use Kubernetes clusters in the cloud and don’t have to spend any extra resources on infrastructure maintenance.”
G-Core Labs clients may make their applications more stable and reliable by using Managed Kubernetes. The CDN and edge cloud solutions provider has built automated monitoring of node operating efficiency and cluster scalability into the new service to accomplish this. Furthermore, the cloud service would guarantee a secure connection. The connection between the master node and the cluster nodes is automatically encrypted when it is formed. The solution also defends applications from DDoS attacks, with de-fault prevention applied to all client projects at the network and transport levels.
This Managed Kubernetes product is free to use on the G-Core Labs cloud; only virtual machines, storage, and load balancers must be paid for. G-Core Labs assumes responsibility for all responsibilities related to cluster management and availability: The equipment is housed in Tier III and IV data centers, while technical support is available 24/7.
G-Core Labs’ cloud infrastructure is powered by Intel Xeon Scalable processors (codenamed Ice Lake), which are new CPUs with built-in superior AI, encryption, and HPC capabilities. According to the company, they’re well-suited to any work involving cloud infrastructure acceleration, scalability, and security.
G-Core Labs’ network backbone consists of 140+ network Points-of-Presence (PoPs) in over 110 cities globally. Public clouds, managed hosting, a content delivery network (CDN), a streaming platform for professional streaming and broadcasting of any complexity, DDoS protection at any level, protection against malicious bots, cloud content storage, and other services are among the company’s offerings.