Kubernetes is helping teams worldwide do things faster and more easily. But it’s so hard to learn and use! In our latest webinar, we discuss a way to use Kubernetes without even knowing it first.
Drupal is one of our favorite systems. Prague is one of our favorite cities. So naturally, we can’t wait for DrupalCon in Prague! Will we see you there?
We are pleased to announce that Mirantis has acquired amazee.io, an open source application delivery platform for Kubernetes. We’re excited to share this news with you, along with the benefits of combining our ecosystems for a more complete ZeroOps software delivery hub.
In 2022, developers are under a lot of pressure. They need tools to help them get things done - without spending years learning Kubernetes first. That’s why we created Lagoon - the managed Kubernetes solution that teams can start using today.
Web teams in 2022 are not okay. Too many teams are constantly struggling with limitations, bottlenecks, outages, and the absolute pain of site maintenance. We want to change all of that.
Legacy hosting just can't do it all. It needs a more modern and innovative approach. Today, our team is talking about the new way that does everything you want it to: WebOps.
amazee.io uses Amazon EKS to deploy the Lagoon platform and makes Kubernetes accessible to their customers. They leverage Amazon EC2 Spot instances, Amazon Graviton 2 processors and Amazon EBS gp3 volumes to optimize performance and reduce their cost.
The team at Urban Utilities wanted to build an account portal (“MyAccount”) that customers could visit to manage account activities, such as viewing, downloading and paying their invoices.
Hear from the amazee.io, Lagoon and Lando teams on how to harness some of the more advanced Lando features and functionality, and learn how they interoperate with similar Lagoon functionality.