Managed Kubernetes: CKE vs EKS

Unless you have been living under a rock for the last decade, you probably have heard of the cloud computing tech giant, Amazon Web Services. According to Synergy Research Group, the subsidiary of Amazon currently owns around 33 percent of the cloud infrastructure market, and for good reason. They employ…

Containership Platform 3.4.0

Containership Platform 3.4.0 has been officially released! The latest iteration of our platform adds support for Kubernetes 1.11.x, adds the ability to upgrade your node pools to the latest Kubernetes versions as they are released, and finally enables you to add, remove, or upgrade Containership plugins…

Managed Kubernetes Solutions

Kubernetes management services are proliferating faster than ever before, competing intensely on price, scaling, cluster availability, server size and other features.  While Google, Azure and Amazon have so far emerged as the top competitors, there are several other players like IBM Cloud and Alibaba that have also entered the…

Introducing Containership Community Edition

What does that mean? Containership is now free for teams! You can sign up today, invite your entire team, and easily provision Kubernetes clusters on any one of our supported cloud providers (currently DigitalOcean, Google, and Azure). While you still have to pay your cloud providers for the VMs, Containership…

Containership is Kubernetes Certified

Back in November of 2017, 36 companies were the first to agree to a standardized set of APIs for the Kubernetes project. On the surface this may seem trivial, but in reality it was one of many important steps towards a better future with Kubernetes. As a result, the Containership…

Introducing Containership Kubernetes Engine

Today we’re excited to announce the launch of CKE, the easiest way to provision and manage Kubernetes clusters on your favorite cloud provider in just a few clicks. Traditionally, management of the Kubernetes cluster lifecycle has been difficult, especially when administering multiple highly-available clusters, potentially across a variety of…