Platform for managing multi-cloud Kubernetes clusters with each nodepool in a different cloud-provider
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Claudie is proudly developed by Berops.
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Typical use cases
Claudie has been built to target the following use case in the Kubernetes world.
- Cloud bursting
- Service interconnect
- Managed Kubernetes for providers that do not offer it
- Cost savings
Read in more details here.
Manage multi-cloud Kubernetes clusters
Create fully-featured Kubernetes clusters composed of multiple different public Cloud providers in an easy and secure manner. Simply insert credentials to your cloud projects, define your cluster, and watch how the infra spawns right in front of you.
Management via IaC
Declaratively define your infrastructure with a simple, easy to understand YAML syntax. See example manifest.
Fast scale-up/scale-down of your infrastructure
To scale-up or scale-down, simply change a few lines in the input manifest and Claudie will take care of the rest in the matter of minutes.
Claudie has its own managed load-balancing solution, which you can use for Ingresses, the Kubernetes API server, or generally anything. Check out our LB docs.
Persistent storage volumes
Claudie comes pre-configured with a storage solution, with ready-to-use Storage Classes. See Storage docs to learn more.
Supported cloud providers
For adding support for other cloud providers, open an issue or propose a PR.
Get started using Claudie
Deploy Claudie Kubernetes manifests/claudie into a Kubernetes cluster:
kubectl apply -k manifests/claudie
provide your own manifest via a Kubernetes Secret.
Have a look at our reference example input manifest to explore what's possible.
To see in detail how to correctly apply the manifest into Claudie, please refer to the CRUD document.
After the input manifest is successfully applied, the kubeconfig to your newly
built clusters is output as a secret in the
claudie namespace with a name in
the form of
Everyone is more than welcome to open an issue, a PR or to start a discussion.
For more information about contributing please read the contribution guidelines.
If you want to have a chat with us, feel free to join our Slack workspace.
While we strive to create secure software, there is always a chance that we miss something. If you've discovered something that requires our attention, see our security policy to learn how to proceed.
To see the vision behind Claudie, please refer to the roadmap document.
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