Platform9 Expands from OpenStack to Kubernetes


Madhura Maskasky, Co-Founder of Platform9, discusses why her firm has moved into the managed Kubernetes space.

Platform9 first emerged from stealth mode in August of 2014, with $4.5 million in funding and the promise of offering a managed OpenStack cloud service.

Platform9 isn't just about OpenStack anymore, though, and now also offers managed Kubernetes services that enable users to take advantage of the container orchestration system.

In a video interview, Madhura Maskasky, Co-Founder of Platform9, explains why her firm has started the new Kubernetes service and what it will enable for users.

Watch the full video below:

Sean Michael Kerner is a senior editor at ServerWatch and InternetNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @TechJournalist

This article was originally published on Friday Jul 22nd 2016
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