Developers ❤️ Rafay
Make Developers Happy by Providing Kubernetes Self-Service
Let developers spin up Kubernetes resources as needed, complete with the guardrails and controls that your business requires.
- Vice President of Architecture
F500 Financial Services Company
Benefits of Leveraging Rafay to Power your Developer Self-Service Initiative
Increase Developer Velocity
Eliminate time-consuming ticket-driven requests that significantly slow down application development. Allow development teams to focus on writing code instead of requiring infrastructure knowledge and operational expertise.
Standardize with Guardrails
Standardize and centralize the creation of kubernetes clusters and namespaces. Provide developers much-needed autonomy coupled with governance you need.
Improve your Reliability
Consistently automate standard configurations with curated infrastructure – both for shared and dedicated clusters. Maintain control with proven best practices, all while improving developer experience.
Recent Posts from The Kubernetes Current Blog
Rafay Joins Amazon EC2 Spot Ready Program to Provide Cost-Saving Solutions for AWS Customers
November 30, 2022 / by Anne Colbeck
Rafay is pleased to announce that we have been named a Pilot Partner in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Service Ready Program for Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) Spot Instances. This designation recognizes that the Rafay Kubernetes Operations Platform… Read More
Rafay Extends Support for Amazon EKS Anywhere with Turnkey Automation and Governance Capabilities
November 7, 2022 / by Sean Wilcox
While the growth in cloud computing over the past decade is undeniable, many enterprises expect to continue running some applications in datacenters or colocation environments due to legal, security or regulatory reasons. Examples of such scenarios are listed below: Highly… Read More
Rafay Launches Service Mesh Manager and Network Policy Manager for Traffic Management and Transport Security for Kubernetes
October 25, 2022 / by Sean Wilcox
Kubernetes usage continues to experience record growth. According to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), 96% of organizations are either using or evaluating Kubernetes. This surge has also led to an increase in security risks as enterprises are forced… Read More