Accelerate your time to Kubernetes
Are you struggling to get your Kubernetes infrastructure operational? Rafay is running in minutes, not months
Unlike other solutions that take months to deploy, require too many resources to maintain or break down when pushed to enterprise levels, Rafay’s enterprise-grade Kubernetes Management Cloud is running in minutes, not months allowing companies to manage and standardize Kubernetes clusters & workflows across their infrastructure at any scale.
Be up & running with Kubernetes in 15 minutes and leverage all the benefits the cloud has to offer including instant scalability, automatic updates and the lowest TCO for Kubernetes management
Deploy, manage, and upgrade all of your Kubernetes clusters from a single console across all of your on-premise, cloud, and edge environments.
Rafay requiries outbound-only access to the Controller via HTTPS so there’s no need to poke holes in firewalls or require SSH access. Zero-Trust Kubectl Access governs kubectl with RBAC and logging of all actions by user account.
Create, deploy, operate, monitor, upgrade and retire 1 or 1,000+ clusters just as easily across any number of multiple, heterogeneous regions, clouds and environments
Create cluster blueprints to standardize Kubernetes clusters and workflows across your entire infrastructure
Connect to Google GKE, Azure AKS and leverage the deepest Amazon EKS integration on the market and avoid vendor lock-in
Rafay includes integration with Okta, AzureAD, Jenkins, Hashicorp Terraform & Vault, Datadog and many others with just a few clicks
Rafay provides turnkey integration with Fluentd, DataDog and Prometheus for centralized and detailed cluster resource visibility and monitoring.
When blogs and community resources aren’t enough, partner with Rafay’s deep bench of certified Kubernetes experts [link to services page] to jump-start & customize your Kubernetes journey.
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