Self-service

Eliminate bottlenecks with self-service for teams

Empower teams to develop at speed

Kore Operate’s developer self-service model is designed to eliminate operational bottlenecks that impair an organisation’s ability to scale.

Develop and innovate at speed, securely in the cloud

Administrators and security professionals set operational guidelines that are enforced through automation, so developers are enabled to move at the speed your business demands. Cloud resources are delivered with all the necessary guardrails and functionality required to be production ready without introducing additional workload on administrators or additional delays from blocking governance activities.

  1. Ingress, TLS, DNS

    Kore Operate empowers teams to create their own service exposures. By logging into the Kore Operate user interface (or by using the CLI) teams are able to create new Ingress, TLS and DNS resources or modify existing resources. The configuration of these service exposures is controlled by policy which ensures that Ingress, TLS and DNS resources are created in a manner consistent with the organisation's security standards.

  2. Kubernetes clusters

    Users can self-serve Kubernetes clusters and namespaces without any infrastructure or set-up delays, so teams can get started quickly and maximise productivity. Clusters are created utilising connections to the public cloud provider of your choosing. The configuration of the EKS, AKS or GKE clusters created by Kore Operate is controlled by policy to ensure that clusters and namespaces are created in a manner consistent with the organisation's security standards. Users can also easily create or modify existing resources using the GUI or CLI to enable ongoing management.

  3. Cloud application services

    Along with Kubernetes resources, Kore Operate empowers users to instantiate other Cloud-based application services. These resources (such as Database services, message queues, etc) are deployed to the chosen cloud environment and made accessible to the user in the same manner as Kubernetes resources. Policies define the configuration of these resources and ensure they are created and maintained in accordance with the organisation's security standards.

  4. Teams

    Kore Operate enables users to manage the membership of (and resources associate with) their teams. Once created, Teams are able to consume cloud resources based on the plans and policies defined by Operators and Security teams. This method of self-service preserves the speed advantages of the cloud, but with non-blocking governance and guardrails that ensure the security of resources deployed.

    Kore has three main roles: Kore Administrator, Team Admin, Team Member

See how it works

By having technologies that are highly focused on Developer self-service, businesses can scale development without the need for scaling the DevOps skillset. This means that DevOps resource footprint can stay lean and can be used to focus on the technologies that sit around these, such as Continuous Integration systems, observability products, and good monitoring solutions.

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