Kubernetes DevOps automation company Agile Stacks has launched KubeFlex, a new cloud-native software platform enabling zero-touch Kubernetes deployments in data centers and at the edge.
The first release of KubeFlex supports bare metal, VMware, and Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) environments. It complements the Agile Stacks platform, which supports Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud Platform (GCP), Microsoft Azure, and RedHat OpenShift. Together, these offerings are said to provide enterprise customers with the flexibility to leverage some of the most widely adopted platforms for modern applications; accelerate their software delivery; and simplify the management of public cloud, on-premises, or hybrid deployments.
Agile Stacks KubeFlex enables fully automated deployments of Kubernetes clusters on both bare metal and virtualized infrastructure in multiple data centers and edge locations. IT organizations can now replace manual onsite operations with fully automated remote deployments and upgrades.
According to the company, Agile Stacks also provides a catalog of supported applications and stacks for DevOps and machine learning (ML) on Kubernetes. By extending Agile Stacks SuperHub with KubeFlex, enterprises can now develop software products with built-in multi-cloud support that deploy, run, and integrate with applications on any infrastructure.
Agile Stacks will be demonstrating KubeFlex and the Agile Stacks platform at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon this year.