KubeCI simplifies many of the difficult or tedious management tasks of running a production grade databases on private and public clouds. Maintain one stack for all your stateless and stateful applications and simplify the operational complexity.
Standard Kubernetes is all you need. If you can run Kubernetes, you can provision and manage databases using KubeCI. Use standard Kubernetes CLI and API to provision and manage databases.
KubeCI uses Persistent Volume Claims (PVC) to dynamically provision disks for database instances. Using appropriately defined StorageClasses, KubeCI provisioned database instances are designed to scale from small development workloads up to performance-intensive workloads on private and public cloud environments.
KubeCI will backup your database and transaction logs at a user defined frequency and store both for a user-specified retention period in a cloud object store (S3, GCS, etc.) or local filesystem (like NFS, etc.). You can also initiate one-off backups. KubeCI uses Stash by AppsCode to take deduplicated and encrypted backups so that you only incur the cost of incremental storage use. You can create a new instance from a database snapshots whenever you desire.
KubeCI allows you to use encrypted storage for your databases using keys you manage through your cloud provider’s key management service. A database instance running on AWS can keep its data stored at rest in the underlying storage encrypted, as are its automated backups, read replicas, and snapshots.
KubeCI comes with native support for monitoring via Prometheus. You can use builtin Prometheus scrapper or CoreOS Prometheus Operator to monitor KubeCI supported databases as well as KubeCI operator itself. You can use the Grafana to view key operational metrics, including compute/memory/storage capacity utilization, I/O activity, and instance connections. You can also use any metrics solutions like Datadog with KubeCI.
KubeCI is free to use on any supported Kubernetes engines. There is no up-front investment required, and you pay only for the resources you use to your infrastructure provider. And, when you’re finished with a database instance, you can easily delete it.
KubeCI is 100% open source and distributed under a commercial friendly Apache v2 license. You get the benefits of bug fixes and enhancements made by the KubeCI community as a whole and not just be its primary sponsor AppsCode Inc. Since it is open source, your engineering team has the ability to debug issues unique to your deployment and make any changes if necessary. You get the piece of mind that your critical infrastructure component is not tied to the fate of a startup.
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