Sometimes it’s necessary for users to adopt multiple Cloud providers which offer additional redundancy, but at a price. Each provider has its own tools and unique administrative processes. Someone who is an administrator for EKS may not understand how to administer equivalent services on GKE and vice versa. Kore Operate offers a consolidated user interface that works for GKE, AKS and EKS. Whether you are standing up a Kubernetes cluster on Azure, AWS or GCP, the user interface and the behaviors are exactly the same. The administrator only needs to understand how to use Kore Operate. The intricacies of AWS, Azure and GCP are hidden beneath a single, consistent user interface.
Shared responsibility model
A Kore Administrator sets access for teams, and configure cluster plans that map to the Enterprise policies.
Integration into customer's Single Sign-on Provider.
Admin configures the cloud providers of their choice - AWS, Azure, GPC - so that Kore can manage infrastructure provisioning within that cloud. Kore operates on the principle of least privilege for credentials to minimize security risk.
Admin can use best-practice defaults provided by Kore, or further configure cluster plans to comply with internal requirements. Default plans model standard application stages to isolate production workloads.
Admins are alerted to cluster
security risks via rules provided by Kore and any rules they have added.
The team can work via the API, UI or CLI
Robot tokens and code snippets enable teams to easily integrate team CI/CD with Kore. Kore provides automation to build, store and deploy container images, enabling quick iteration without the security risk and toil of copy-pasting credentials.
Teams can iterate quickly on their application.
Teams can also manage their cloud infrastructure costs with both estimated and actual costs provided nearly real-time.
Frequently asked questions
Is Kore Operate a SaaS product?
No, Kore Operate is installed by Appvia's professional services team, our partners or, alternatively, by your team in your Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Storage or Microsoft Azure cloud account.
Does Kore Operate have its own Kubernetes distribution?
No, Kore Operate builds on top of public cloud Kubernetes, ensuring global availability and 'infinite' capacity. It then layers on additional secure PSPs and networking configuration, monitoring and alerting for security policies, RBAC and autoscaling to ensure the clusters are enterprise-ready.
Backing on to public cloud Kubernetes gives our customers global availability and ‘infinite’ scale, as well as minimising operational overhead.
How is Kore Operate different from other Kubernetes cloud platforms?
Kore is a lightweight platform that can be installed and onboarding developers in a day, and can be removed without affecting running applications or cloud accounts. Kore unlocks the full power of cloud by using cloud-managed Kubernetes and enabling access to cloud services. It enables full Developer self-service of infrastructure, Kubernetes clusters and cloud services. It automates the creation of cloud tenant accounts for teams, speeding up the developer journey.
A strong security posture is at the heart of the platform, with the least privilege access, policy, auditing and established best practices across the product and downstream services. It offers full cloud-cost management, including predictive costs and cloud cost comparison.
What is the pricing structure for Kore Operate?
Pricing is per developer seat so you can scale workloads without incurring extra costs. Please reach out to email@example.com for comprehensive pricing information.