KubeSphere is a distribution of Kubernetes, aimed to provide quick setup, friendly and easily use, and powerful management features for Kubernetes clusters, which could help both personal and enterprise users, reduce their learning curve of Kubernetes, accelerate their transform process from other container platforms to Kubernetes.
- Multiple IaaS platform support, including baremetal/KVM/QingCloud, and more will be supported in future release.
- Easy setup of Kubernetes standalone(only one master node) and cluster environment(including High Availability support).
- Powerful management console to help business users to manage and monitor the Kubernetes.
- Integrate with OpenPitrix to provide full life cycle of application management and be compatible of helm package.
- Support popular open source network solutions, including calico and flannel, also could use qingcloud hostnic solution if the Kubernetes is deployed on QingCloud platform.
- Support popular open source storage solutions, including Glusterfs and Cephfs, also could use qingcloud storage solution or qingstor storage solution if the Kubernetes is deployed on QingCloud platform or QingStor NeonSAN.
- CI/CD support.
- Service Mesh support.
- Multiple image registries support.
- Integrate with QingCloud IAM.
The project originates from the requirement and pains we heard from our customers on public and private QingCloud platform, who have strong will to deploy Kubernetes in their IT system but struggle on completed setup process and long learning curve. With help of KubeSphere, their IT operators could setup Kubernetes environment quickly and use an easy management UI interface to mange their applications, also KubeSphere provides more features to help customers to handle daily business more easily, including CI/CD, micro services management...etc.
Contributing to the project
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