CloudLinux has announced availability of the first public beta of KuberDock, a PaaS technology that would allow hosting providers to enable customers to deploy dockerized applications within their infrastructure.
KuberDock’s container orchestration framework was built exclusively for service providers and is an out-of-the-box platform supporting multi-tenant environments for hosting Docker containers. It would take only a few hours for the hosting provider to setup KuberDock.
With KuberDock, hosting providers would be able to:
- Allow end-user customers to quickly deploy any dockerized application (custom-built or standard app from 3rd parties).
- Offer apps of their choosing as an add-on service for their shared hosting customers.
- Expand their application hosting portfolio by gaining easy access to 70K+ of available apps, such as MongoDB and ElasticSearch, through docker hub.
“KuberDock is a first service of its kind which finally allows hosting companies to compete with giants like Amazon AWS, Google & Azure offering Docker container services”, said Igor Seletskiy, CloudLinux CEO. “With KuberDock, hosting companies can now use Docker container technology to run a lot more apps on the same server, and offer application hosting using Docker format quickly and easily.”
KuberDock integrates natively with WHMCS and cPanel, and provides billing & control panel integration API for 3rd party billing systems and custom control panels. KuberDock natively integrates with Ceph for persistent storage and provides secure networking to connect multiple containers across nodes for the customer.
Free and available now for hosting providers:
To apply for the public beta, visit www.kuberdock.com.
With more than 2,500 customers and partners, including LiquidWeb and Dell, and more than 60,000 product installations, CloudLinux combines in-depth technical knowledge of hosting, kernel development, and open source with unique client care expertise.