KubeSphere, a distributed operating system managing cloud-native applications with Kubernetes as its kernel, announced that it expanded its relationship with AWS to offer KubeSphere, a distributed operating system born for managing cloud-native apps across clouds and platforms, as an AWS Quick Start. It allows users to deploy KubeSphere quickly packaged with Amazon EKS, which provides consistent and streamlined user experiences.
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KubeSphere offers full-stack automated IT operations and streamlined DevOps workflows. It also features a developer-friendly wizard web UI for Kubernetes resource management, application lifecycle management, service mesh, multi-cluster management, observability, DevOps projects, etc. Users will be able to leverage the Quick Start, to quickly provision an Amazon EKS environment on a new or existing Virtual Private Cloud automatically, with KubeSphere deployed and enabled in the same Amazon EKS environment. Ray Zhou, Head of KubeSphere, said,
“Tens of thousands of enterprises and individuals across the globe-spanning major industries are using KubeSphere in production environments, including those deploying enterprise-class Kubernetes clusters on AWS. We are committed to providing both enterprise and individual users with cutting-edge cloud-native stacks. In this connection, AWS addresses the urgent need of our users both in China and beyond. Also, our collaboration with AWS demonstrates both sides share the aspiration to improve user experiences as we come up with creative ideas and solutions to better empower our users on the cloud.
Internationalization has been one of our key focuses since the inception of KubeSphere. In fact, more than half of the downloads are from users outside of China and we see the number keep growing since the release of KubeSphere 3.0. Now with AWS, we are excited to take the user experience to the next level with world-class technologies.”
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