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August 19, 2020

ToolBox Tech Why Are Tech Leaders Placing Their Bets on Kubernetes Control Planes?

The cloud-native environment has seen the growing adoption of Kubernetes and containers. More and more companies are now adopting a multi-cloud environment to manage their business applications and daily operations. This has led to the expansion of Kubernetes clusters.

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July 21, 2020

TechStrong TV Sirish Raghuram – TechStrong TV

Mitch Ashley chats with Sirish Raghuram, co-founder, and CEO of Platform9.

Platform9 Managed Kubernetes Experience

July 17, 2020

HelpNet Security Platform9’s enhancements provide more efficient and streamlined SaaS managed Kubernetes experience

Platform9 announced key additional building blocks in delivering the next generation SaaS managed Kubernetes experience.

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July 16, 2020

AI Authority Platform9 Unveils New Capabilities for Its Freedom, Growth and Enterprise Managed Kubernetes Solutions

Platform9, the first company to provide open-source SaaS managed solutions for private and edge clouds including Kubernetes and OpenStack, announced key additional building blocks in delivering the next generation SaaS managed Kubernetes experience.

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June 4, 2020

Database Trends and Applications Startups to Watch in 2020

Platform9: Allows enterprises to drive digital transformation by enabling them to manage VMs, containers, and serverless functions on any infrastructure—on-premise, in public clouds, or at the edge—with a self-service, simple, and unified experience.

May 15, 2020

Intellyx Platform9: Management Plane for Private Cloud Operations, including Edge Clouds

Platform9 offers a management plane for cloud operations across all private cloud deployments – including those at the edge.


April 21, 2020

GigiOm GigaOm Radar for Hosted Kubernetes Solutions

Enterprises have been developing microservices-based applications for a while, and many of them are moving from the development and testing of their first applications to production. At the same time, we are quickly advancing from initial curiosity around Kubernetes, to first proof of concepts and training laboratories, to early production environments. In this context, there’s an increasing interest in solutions that can bridge the gap between user expectations and the reality of Kubernetes.


March 26, 2020

HackerNoon Deploying Complex Microservice Apps Using PMKFT [A How To Guide]

In this example we are going to see deployment of: a Redis master, multiple Redis slaves, and a sample guestbook application that uses Redis as a store

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