March 19, 2020
Kubernetes Users and DevOps Teams Can Experience the Freedom to Deploy Upstream Kubernetes on Any Infrastructure of Their Choice — Without Vendor Lock-In or the Burden of Operational Complexity in Production — at Zero Cost to Get Started and Scale as They Grow
March 18, 2020
Platform9 offers a unique approach that uses a SaaS delivery model to provide automated day-2 operations, robust SLA, and delightful user experience, backed by world-class Kubernetes certified support and customer success teams.
March 17, 2020
Freedom and Growth plans are aimed at DevOps, ITOps, Platform Engineering, and cloud architects who are tasked with providing a stable self-service Kubernetes platform to their developers.
February 25, 2020
Platform9 Reports 267 Percent Increase in Managed Kubernetes Customer Base As Enterprises Invest in Kubernetes Operations and Scalability.
November 6, 2019
Today, Madhura is the Co-founder and Vice President of Product for Platform9 Systems. Madhura’s competitive spirit aided in the development of Platform9, a SaaS-managed hybrid cloud solution built on open source cloud frameworks.
November 4, 2019
VMblog: Thinking about your company, give readers a few reasons why your product or service is considered unique.
Platform9: Platform9 Managed Kubernetes (PMK) is the only Kubernetes service that ensures fully automated Day-2 operations with 99.9% SLA on any environment: in data-centers, public clouds, or at the edge. Our unique SaaS Management Plane remotely monitors, optimizes and heals your Kubernetes clusters and underlying infrastructure. With automatic security patches, upgrades, proactive monitoring, troubleshooting, auto-healing, and more — you can confidently run production-grade Kubernetes, anywhere.
November 1, 2019
In 2017, the managed Kubernetes provider started moving away from Amazon Web Services, switching to buying bare metal from the much smaller Packet. The biggest motivator was the cost.
September 25, 2019
Having experienced virtualization, IaaS and cloud-native industry transitions first hand, Sirish believes that open-source represents the future of enterprise hybrid clouds.