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Open cloud company Mirantis has released DevOpsCare, powered by Lens. It’s a vendor-agnostic, fully managed CI/CD (continuous integration/continuous deployment) solution for any Kubernetes environment, allowing developers to achieve better levels of productivity faster.
Despite Kubernetes’ significant advances in application deployment, complexity and risks would frequently hamper DevOps teams as they scale up and change their infrastructure. Based on one of the world’s most popular Kubernetes IDEs (Integrated Development Environments), DevOpsCare works across all cloud infrastructures – public, private, and hybrid cloud. It would offer a consistent experience and guaranteed results for any Kubernetes cluster or platform, anywhere, with a pay-as-you-go payment model.
“With DevOpsCare, we are taking the tedious nature out of building, operating, and optimizing cloud platforms,” said Adrian Ionel, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at Mirantis. “Developers can now get back to what they enjoy doing – building their code – and not worrying about the infrastructure. Organizations get increased productivity for less cost.”
DevOpsCare, powered by Lens, is available now via a monthly or annual subscription.
Cloud-Native Data Center-as-a-Service
With Mirantis’ DevOpsCare, powered by Lens, users would be able to:
- Accelerate innovation by delivering cloud-native applications more quickly and at a lower cost
- Increase visibility by tracking critical indicators on a regular basis to assess health, performance, and cost
- DevOps teams are more aligned, which increases productivity and happiness
- Continuous monitoring and alerting help to reduce security risk and improve compliance
Lens offers developers with a single pane of glass to hold all of their development tools, with over 5 million downloads and a 300,000 strong community. Lens is a cloud-native IDE for Kubernetes developers that want to build new cloud-native apps. The extension API gives Kubernetes developers access to Lens. This would help making it much easier to build, deploy, and execute cloud-native apps. Lens is now in charge of 200,000 clusters.
A number of Kubernetes and cloud-native ecosystem pioneers have endorsed the Lens open-source project. Read more about them here.
DevOpsCare is part of Mirantis’ ongoing effort to relieve developers from infrastructure worries so they can concentrate on application development. Mirantis launched Mirantis Flow last month, a vendor-agnostic, cloud-native data center-as-a-service aimed at businesses that are currently using expensive, lock-in cloud infrastructure technology and want to modernize their infrastructure while enabling both virtualization and containerization for all types of applications. Mirantis Flow also would make onboarding easier for firms who are just getting started with cloud computing.