kubernetes development services

Kubernetes
Development Services

Are you looking for a container management services solution using Kubernetes? Perhaps you require custom Kubernetes container development?  You’ve come to the right place. At dev.co, our team of Kubernetes professionals can help you design, develop, and deploy the Kubernetes solutions you need.

kubernetes development services

Kubernetes Development Services

Are you looking for a container management services solution using Kubernetes? Perhaps you require custom Kubernetes container development?  You’ve come to the right place. At dev.co, our team of Kubernetes professionals can help you design, develop, and deploy the Kubernetes solutions you need.

What Is Kubernetes?

Kubernetes is an open source platform for automating the deployment, scaling and management of containerized applications. It groups containers that make up an application into logical units for easy management and discovery.

Kubernetes (also known as K8s) can be described as a platform that you can use to manage multiple containers at scale. It’s an open source cluster management tool that was built with the idea of making it easier to run containerized applications on any infrastructure, but without sacrificing control and transparency.

It allows users to eliminate the complex network scheduling and dependency management issues that have been plaguing users since before Mesos and Docker were around. It was designed by Google with cloud computing architectures in mind, but it can work with any server capable of running Docker containers. Our Cluster as a Service quickly deploys on-premise or in the cloud anywhere there’s an internet connection, eliminating the need for you to provision any hardware or software.

Built by Google, the Kubernetes open source container management system allows for nearly unlimited scalability without the necessity of adding additional headcount to your DevOps team. 

Kubernetes Development Services

We offer Kubernetes Development, Container Management and Hybrid Cloud Solutions
to help your teams build a secure, scalable and reliable container infrastructure.
We assist you in modeling your business applications, integrating infrastructure as
code and automating continuous delivery pipelines.

For example, our Kubernetes developers provide the following critical container management solutions:

Container Configuration

Customized container configuration services including storage orchestration using the storage solution of your choice (e.g. iSCI, Gluster, Cinder, Flocker, AWS, GCP, etc.).

Superior Support

Rollout Management Support

Get assistance in monitoring application health while rolling out multiple container instances without risking the entire application or network. We offer customized deployment support.

Load Balancing

Load Balancing

Assistance in the setup and management of separate IP address configuration, ensuring applications can run without modification. We can help assign single DNS to pods and clusters for proper load balancing of application resources.

Execution

CI/CD Batch Execution

Automate your batch, CI and CD workloads, including the replication or replacement of failed containers all the the admin oversight your team needs.

Bin Packing Automation

Let us help you set up automation in your container resource management, while optimizing constraints. We can help save resources while mixing critical workloads for enhancing container utilization.

Smart Folders

Automate Patches/Fixes

Restart and reboot failed containers that exist in silo. Automate the retirement of containers who may not appropriately respond to your required health analysis. Avoid use of client containers with compromised health via automation.

Scalability

Automate Scaling

We can help you set up simple commands for horizontal applications scale-up/scale-down within a simple user interface. Perform it manually or based on CPU usage at a given timestamp.

Consulting

Extensibility Consulting

Let our team help you maintain upstream source code while still adding features to your Kubernetes cluster and applications.

cross platform

Dual-Stack Compatible

Allocate resources using IPv4 and IPv6 addresses to pods and other services on your containerized Kubernetes network.

The DEV.co Kubernetes Development Workflow

Work Environment Set Up

Set up Kubernetes work environments Local Kubernetes vs. Cloud Kubernetes Customize Environment Establish Security Failsafes

Kubernetes Development

Learn/train on Kubernetes interaction & management Add/train for specific Kubernetes dev tools Common K8s dev configurations Customized K8s dev configurations

Kubernetes Deployment

Staging, Testing & Live environments Skaffold, DevSpace & CI/CD integration Production preparation Creative brief development

Our Development Process

01

Understanding

Background details
Vision & values
Target personas
Stakeholder insights

02

Research & Discovery

Customer research
Competitive analysis
Expert audits & insights
Current market positioning

03

Strategy

Story & personality
Market opportunities
Positioning & messaging
Creative brief development

04

Creative

Naming
Logo development
Graphics standards
Verify function
Messaging framework

05

Deliver & integrate

Brand book & styleguide
Print integration
Online & mobile
Further brand extension

Partner with Dev.co

Want to learn more about how Dev.co can
help your business leverage Kubernetes
to reach your goals?

Contact us today and we’ll be happy
to discuss in further detail.

Interesting Facts About Kubernetes
  • Commonly stylized as K8s, Kubernetes is an open source containerized management and orchestration system for automating software deployment, scaling and management.
  • Kubernetes was originally designed by Google in 2014 and the code is now managed by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation.
  • Kubernetes is Greek for “helmsman” or “pilot.”
  • While Kubernetes still works an plays well with Docker, CRI-O and Containerd, it was originally set up to run with Docker runtime, but since May of 2022, Dockershim has been completely removed.
  • The following companies all have or have acquired their own Kubernetes-based systems:
    • Amazon
    • Oracle
    • IBM
    • Google
    • SUSE
    • Red Hat
    • Platform9
    • VMware
    • Microsoft
  • Kubernetes is most typically used for microservice-based implementation because it is closely tied to microservices architecture.
  • Kubernetes was released on July 21, 2015 by Google in consult with the Linux Foundation.
  • In the year of its initial release, Kubernetes received 9th place on the list of GitHub projects by number of commits and second place in total authors and issues that year, just behind the Linux kernel.
  • The project was originally created within Google by Joe Beda, Brendan Burns and Craig MCluckie but was later joined by Brian Grant and Tim Hockin.

Please fill the below form to download the PDF