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Red Kubes Announces the Open Source Otomi Container Platform, Also Raises $1.45 Million Seed Funding

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  • The Otomi Container Platform was created with the 12-factor app methodology to design a Kubernetes-based container management platform
  • DevOps professionals and IT departments all over the world are struggling with homegrown solutions or high-priced consultants who build custom platforms that are both incredibly expensive and hard to manage

Red Kubes, provider of a turn-key, out of the box Kubernetes-based container platform solution announced the open-sourcing of the Otomi Container Platform community edition. It also announced a $1.45 million seed funding from venture capital firm Capital Mills.

It said that while the industry’s move toward the containerization of applications is happening fast, the technologies to support this shift are still in their infancy. Kubernetes is the clear leader for doing this work but remains, at this phase, far too complex for the IT masses to use. DevOps professionals and IT departments all over the world are struggling with homegrown solutions or high-priced consultants who build custom platforms that are both incredibly expensive and hard to manage.

Sander Rodenhuis, Founder and CEO of Red Kubes said, “We see companies spending a lot of time on Kubernetes and struggling with reinventing the wheel all by themselves. We’re laying down the tracks to guide users through the Kubernetes wild-west with a production-grade integrated solution to guarantee predictability, fast time to market and secure operations.”

12-factor app methodology

The Otomi Container Platform was created with the 12-factor app methodology to design a Kubernetes-based container management platform. It uses existing open-source projects while being open and flexible for inevitable change over time. Otomi is extensible and can be easily installed on top of Kubernetes clusters in AWS, Azure, GCP, or even on-premises.

Its features include OSX like interface, single-sign-on and multi tenant onboarding. It also comes with central policy management, Multi-cloud and multi-cluster and Automatic deployment.

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