- The company cements its vision of a true multi-cloud strategy – leveraging the right infrastructure and pricing model for each workload
- Scaleway continues to enrich its cloud ecosystem with an increased PaaS offering, with essential and high-performance solutions
- Thanks to Kubernetes Kosmos, Kubernetes developers can now extend Kubernetes Kapsule beyond the compute infrastructure to any machine – bare metal products, colocated machines, or local infrastructure
Scaleway, the leading multi-cloud service provider for startups and developers, has today released in General Availability Kubernetes Kosmos, the first-of-its-kind multi-cloud managed Kubernetes engine.
Scaleway continues to disrupt the container world with this unique launch, enriching its PaaS cloud ecosystem with essential and high-performance solutions. With Kubernetes Kosmos, developers can now attach nodes on any cloud provider or local resource, whether or not other providers offer a managed Kubernetes solution – with a fixed price per cluster of €99 per month, regardless of the number of nodes.
With more than 1,300 companies already deploying Kubernetes to more than a third of Scaleway’s total infrastructure, the company is quickly becoming one of the leading names in the Kubernetes community – thanks to Scaleway’s Kubernetes Kapsule, its managed Kubernetes engine. Now, with Kubernetes Kosmos, Kubernetes developers can extend Kubernetes Kapsule beyond the compute infrastructure to any machine – Instances from any provider, Bare Metal products, colocated machines, or their personal infrastructure.
The norm for cloud natives
As public cloud adoption continues to accelerate, an increasing number of companies continue to embrace multi-cloud strategies – and this is largely because they offer companies the flexibility to choose the most appropriate solution for each specific need. Despite this approach becoming the norm for cloud native solutions, not all cloud providers are embracing this evolution, instead shifting increasingly toward a vendor lock-in strategy.
While most cloud providers are looking to trap their customers in a hybrid cloud model where they are locked into one cloud provider, including their on-premise infrastructure, Scaleway’s vision and promise is to facilitate a true multi-cloud strategy, going beyond simply leveraging infrastructure from multiple cloud providers to leveraging the right infrastructure and pricing model for each workload.
“Until now, most multi-cloud adoption was a result of opportunism – picking up infrastructure from one provider that another didn’t have, or in a geography where the other wasn’t present. With Kosmos, we are facilitating the transition to a true multi-cloud strategy, leveraging the same managed Kubernetes solution that developers have praised for its ease of use and performance, and taking it one step further.” Yann Lechelle, CEO Scaleway
The first of its kind multi-cloud managed Kubernetes engine
Kubernetes Kosmos is a unique way to engage a true Multi-Cloud strategy with managed Kubernetes across cloud provider resources. Startups and developers can now simplify their process with a single control plane instead of managing multiple clusters in different cloud providers. For a fixed price per cluster of €99 per month regardless of the number of nodes, Scaleway customers can attach external nodes hosted anywhere and manage them all from within our renowned control plane.
Kosmos benefits from the following features already available in Kapsule:
- Centralized monitoring
- Lifecycle automation
- Fully managed & redundant Control Plane
- Autoscaling pools for workload buffering
Dedicated Kosmos features:
- Manage cross-provider clusters
- Manage pools on any type of infrastructure – virtual machines, dedicated servers, colocated or on-premise infrastructure
- Take advantage of cross-provider scalability
- High availability – benefit from performance available across all cloud providers
Find out more about Kubernetes Kosmos: https://www.scaleway.com/en/kubernetes-kosmos/
Kubernetes Kosmos Documentation:
- Quickstart Kubernetes Kosmos
- How to create a Kosmos cluster
- How to manage a Kubernetes Kosmos cluster
Scaleway, leading alternative European infrastructure and platform as-a-service provider (IaaS and PaaS), is catering to the global market with the essential mix of cloud computing resources that is flexible, cost effective, reliable, secure and sustainably powered. Scaleway is one of the few French and European stakeholders to have full ownership over its projects, with no dependence on three levels: data center design and operation, hardware/software infrastructure, IaaS and PaaS. Scaleway offers private data center colocation and infrastructure, dedicated servers for maximum control and punch, and a modern and elastic public cloud ecosystem. Scaleway has a daring approach that challenges the status quo, its ecosystem is designed to leverage market standards to make things simpler: S3 compatibility, a rolling up-to-date Kubernetes and Terraform support.
Scaleway is constantly growing around the world, and currently serves hundreds of thousands of clients in over 160 countries. Scaleway’s services are deployed via six data centers located in three regions: Paris (France), Amsterdam (Netherlands) and Warsaw (Poland).