Catalyst Kubernetes Service makes it easy for you to deploy, manage, and scale Kubernetes clusters. Kubernetes has been carefully tuned, hardened and integrated with our OpenStack cloud.
Kubernetes Service (Tech Preview)
Run containerised applications on Kubernetes clusters that are fully managed and integrated with the Catalyst Cloud
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation certification provides confidence that the Kubernetes APIs work as expected and guarantees portability and interoperability with other certified providers.
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation certification provides confidence that the Kubernetes APIs work as expected and guarantees portability and interoperability with other certified providers.Read more
Identity & access management
Control access to Kubernetes using Catalyst Cloud accounts and use roles to determine who has access to the container orchestration service.
Use network policies to improve security and restrict network traffic between services running in pods.
Deploy multiple master nodes in anti-affinity to improve the availability and resiliency of the Kubernetes control plane.
Easily scale master and worker nodes by defining the node count and compute flavour used by them.
Monitor the performance of each container launched by Kubernetes using the integrated Prometheus monitoring system.
Persistent volume claims will automatically allocate block storage volumes that can be used by stateful applications to persist data.
Ingress controllers will automatically create and manage L7 application load balancers on your behalf to expose containerised applications to the internet.
Catalyst Kubernetes Service is based on vanilla Kubernetes, allowing you to use all standard services and tools in the Kubernetes ecosystem (such as Helm, Draft, and Brigade).
100% open source
Developed upstream in collaboration with the OpenStack community and licensed under the Apache 2.0 license. Available for organisations to run in their private clouds.Read more
The Catalyst Kubernetes Service is free to use. You will only pay for the infrastructure resources allocated by your Kubernetes clusters (such as compute, network and storage).