ZeroStack Reveals Six Pain Points for Kubernetes Deployments and How to Address Them

Successfully guiding Cloud-Native application roll outs with widely-varying infrastructure and performance requirements

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Feb. 5, 2018 — ZeroStack, Inc., creators of a self-driving on-premises cloud, today announced six key pain points for cloud deployments that target specific pain points IT organizations have in deploying and managing Kubernetes for diverse DevOps teams, and shows how the ZeroStack self-driving cloud eases those challenges. The pain points are:

  • Diverse enterprise infrastructure
  • Multiple Kubernetes clusters
  • Distributed development teams
  • Infrastructure management needs
  • Security and customization requirements
  • Disaster recovery needs

“Kubernetes has emerged as the de facto standard for container orchestration and rapidly rolling out cloud-native applications. However, deploying it for geographically distributed DevOps teams with widely-varying infrastructure and performance requirements can be a huge challenge for IT operations organizations,” said Kamesh Pemmaraju, vice president of product management at ZeroStack. “ZeroStack has the only on-premises cloud infrastructure that fully addresses Kubernetes deployment pain points.”

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About ZeroStack:
ZeroStack uses intelligent software to deliver a self-driving private cloud platform that enables agile DevOps practices with self-service creation of custom workspaces. With the ZeroStack private cloud, developers have one-click deployment of popular DevOps tools with appropriate compute, storage and networking resources while IT operations retains control over the underlying infrastructure. In addition, ZeroStack uses machine learning and AI techniques to deliver a self-healing architecture that minimizes IT overhead. Founded by senior engineers from VMware and Google, the company is funded by Formation 8 and Foundation Capital, and is based in Mountain View, California.


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