At Platform9, we are committed to open source technology as a strategic core architecture that’s at the heart of everything we do.
We fundamentally believe that open source is where innovation happens in modern software development and IT operations. Open source is the future, and we’re here to build on it, work with the community to enhance it, and make it easier to consume by providing it as a service — so that we’re all able to deliver applications and IT services in a more streamlined, cost effective and scalable way. Together.
Open source is great, but it can prove challenging to manage and support in a standardized way, at scale, for mission-critical applications.
To that end, our solution combines the power of SaaS with best of breed open source frameworks that are delivered as-a-service, in a single, unified platform. So you never have to worry about upgrades, patches, backup, scaling, or all those other management tasks.
Our hybrid cloud platform was designed from the ground up to leverage the industry’s de-facto open source standards – Kubernetes for Containers, OpenStack for VMs, and Fission for Serverless applications. This allows us to deliver the economics and interoperability of open source, without the vendor lock-in and maintenance/DIY overhead.
In addition to our commercial offering, Platform9 has a history of creating and contributing to other free open source projects. This is our way of giving back to the community to advance the art and science of software delivery.
Learn more about the projects we kicked off and contributed to the open source community under the Apache license:
Fission.io is a Kubernetes-native framework for Serverless functions that lets you run your own Lambda-like service on any environment- on premises or in the public cloud.
Fission offers a complete platform for serverless – including code creation, deployment & operations, monitoring, and cost optimization, ensuring high-quality functions are delivered to your end users.
Inspired by kubeadm, etcdadm is an open source command-line tool that allows users to easily configure, install and operate secure etdc clusters that can run anywhere – in the cloud, on-premises, as well as on air-gapped environments.
Klusterkit is a set of 3 open source tools designed to simplify deployment and operations of highly-available, multi-master, production-grade Kubernetes clusters on on-premises, air-gapped environments.
Klusterkit is comprised of: cctl, etcdadm, and nodeadm.
A set of OpenStack drivers for managing hybrid and multi-cloud environments. This project bridges a critical gap, enabling OpenStack to manage VMs, networks and volumes on public cloud.
Decco is a lightweight framework that simplifies the deployment of multi-tenant applications for Kubernetes by automating network configuration, and security hardening of Internet-facing applications.