DataLine accelerated Managed Kubernetes Service

18 May

Now the solution is based on a converged architecture, and in the new self-service panel, you can create a cluster in 120 seconds.

A converged architecture is the base of the updated service: local disks of servers instead of separate storage systems are used for data storage. The storage available to all cluster members is based on All-Flash — using only SSD drives.

New converged storage delivers even better performance for Kubernetes clusters — input/output operations per second (IOPS) increased by 124%, and the minimum data access time decreased. At the same time, the architecture of the service also provides fault tolerance due to the complete duplication of virtual machine data on neighboring cluster servers.

Together with the updated architecture, a new self-service panel will also become available to customers of the service. Using it, users can create a Kubernetes cluster with the desired parameters in two steps, and the deployment time will be no more than 120 seconds. The panel allows you to delete and recreate clusters, change their configuration, combine them into groups, and monitor resource utilization at different sites.

The Managed Kubernetes service offers customers pre-built and customized Kubernetes clusters in the cloud with 99.95% availability. At the same time, the administration and support of the infrastructure on the basis of which clusters are deployed is provided by DataLine specialists.

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