Gravitational CTO, Sasha Klizhentas, discusses the challenges with delivering your SaaS application on-premise and provides some solutions to overcome those challenges. You can read more about Telekube at https://gravitational.com/telekube
The goal of the paper is to identify key challenges and the most promising opportunities for small to medium sized server hosting providers in an era of rapid commoditization driven by AWS.
This is a brief overview of Telekube, Gravitational's platform for deploying and managing Kubernetes applications.
After several years of deploying and running complex applications in some of the most secure, air-gapped data centers in the world, we put together this survival handbook for our customers (or potential customers) to help them evaluate, prepare and survive going on-prem.
Telekube is optimized for deploying and managing applications on infrastructure you don't control. Telekube is trusted by some of the largest enterprises in software, finance, healthcare, manufacturing, IT, security, telecom, government, and other industries.
Telekube combines a production hardened deployment of Kubernetes with Teleport, our multi-region SSH server, so you can effectively manage multiple deployments of Kubernetes applications across various regions, data centers and cloud providers.
The rapid adoption of cloud services is a once in a generation, multi-billion dollar shift for the IT industry. In this paper, we discuss some of the biggest challenges the adoption of Infrastructure as a Service (“IaaS”) and Software as a Service (“SaaS”) pose.
Software as a Service ('SaaS') has brought about a revolution in the way software is delivered to customers. The SaaS model evolved to alleviate the difficulty of adoption, large upfront investment and high cost of maintenance that traditional on-premise software required of customers.
Kubernetes has recently become a leading emerging system for the orchestration of containers. It was developed by Google to be an open sourced version of their internal system for cluster management, Borg.