Three distinct K8s to run all sorts of workloads
Orchestrate fully managed clusters that auto-monitor operations on each container.
Key Offerings in K8s
Go4hosting’s Kubernetes help you achieve containerization and orchestration in three ways.
Offered with VPS and dedicated servers, classic clusters are subnet-enabled cloud nodes, with VLAN networking and support for virtual machines, GPUs and bare metals.
Your own virtual private cluster, on either VPS or dedicated servers, with top-notch security and ability to accommodate business enlargements in future.
Serverless Kubernetes that exist virtually nowhere, deployed with WebSphere Java application server as a Docker Hub image.
A customer representative carefully analyses your requirements and helps you decide what solution should be the best for your use case, in consultation with a Kubernetes architect.
The number of containers is decided and their specifications analyzed, along with a migration plan to move these components to the cloud.
A test run is conducted in collaboration with our backend team. All intermediary bugs are diagnosed and dealt with appropriately.
Once everything is tested fine, the final Go-Live is issued and all your apps are moved to our servers appropriately.
Benefits of Kubernetes (K8s)
Kubernetes lets you orchestrate containers and create data-specific clusters, and redirect all communications through a single gateway. By deploying APIs on K8s, you can reduce sprawl rate and optimize resources to achieve a more uniform server usage.
Kubernetes automatically rolls out changes to your app and its related configuration.
If a rollback to a previous version is done, all apps will have their logs registered automatically.
Storage systems are mounted spontaneously from your LOCAL.
Off-deploying containers will not kill instances and, instead, keep them running.
Containers that somehow fail restart, replace and reschedule all nodes, killing containers that have become unresponsive.
Frequently Asked Questions
Kubernetes is a free, open-source platform that enables users to orchestrate containers and deploy business apps.
Kubernetes application is free in itself, however, the server over which it is meant to run comes at a cost. You are only charged for the server and other services but not Kubernetes.
No, Kubernetes can only deploy containers and no VMs.
K8s is equally compatible with all servers.
Yes, you can run serverless K8s. To know more about Kubernetes, check out our blog