We need a framework using which we can build and manage a Kubernetes Cluster.
When it comes to building a Kubernetes cluster, Kos Console provides you templates to choose from.
Running a Kubernetes application(small, mid or big) there are lots of things that you need to know before migrating application to Kubernetes but if you are using Kos Console you just need to run functions provided in Kos Console and the rest of the important things are already taken care based on industry/community best practice.
Kos Console helps interact with Kubernetes Cluster by just selecting various functionality already integrated to it and when you build something new(in any programming language) it is a matter of a few steps to integrate them with Kos Console.
Kos Console helps to run databases on Kubernetes and saves you a lot of money compared to databases as a service in the cloud. Kos Console custom database configurations that are based on your application type/size that you want to run on Kubernetes.
Kos Console provides you a real-time view of open source products releases running in your environment and that means you don’t need to research what the community is thinking as a best practice for the products you are using in your Kubernetes Cluster.