Tobias Brunner holds Lightning Talk about Project Syn at Crossplane Community Day 2020
The Future of Cloud Engineering is a Universal API
Tuesday, December 15, 2020 10.00am PST (which is 7pm CET) • Virtual Event
Tobias Brunner’s Lightning Talk about how VSHN uses Crossplane
When? On Tuesday, December 15, 2020, 12.50 pm PST (which is 9.50 pm CET)
What? Lightning Talk: Crossplane as a cornerstone in a next-gen hosted DevOps platform
Who? Tobias Brunner, Head of DevOps & Partner of VSHN – The DevOps Company:
What is Crossplane Community Day
Join us for the second Crossplane Community Day to hear about how using a Universal Cloud API can help you eliminate infrastructure bottlenecks, avoid security pitfalls, and deliver apps faster. Come hear from industry experts on how the Kubernetes-style API is modernizing application and infrastructure management beyond traditional infrastructure as code approaches.
- Bassam Tabbara CEO Upbound
- Kelsey Hightower Developer Advocate Google
- Joe Beda Principal Engineer VMware
- Brendan Burns Distinguished Engineer Microsoft
- Jay Pipes Principal Open Source Engineer Amazon
- Daniel Mangum Software Engineer Upbound
Partnership VSHN & Crossplane
VSHN has always been cloud agnostic and will further enhance this paradigm by partnering with Crossplane – „The open source multicloud control plane“. We are using Crossplane for example as a cornerstone in our next-gen hosted DevOps product and Project Syn.
Crossplane is an extensible open-source platform that adds declarative cloud service provisioning and management to the Kubernetes API with excellent support for GitOps-style continuous deployments for cloud-native apps that is at the heart of the next-gen offering of VSHN.
Project Syn is designed to run on all Kubernetes distributions and clouds. It’s prepared to support all the specific features of any given cloud and Kubernetes distribution by abstracting the specifics. This means Project Syn will run on OpenShift with APPUiO.ch, Rancher Kubernetes and all managed Kubernetes offerings. Support for even more Kubernetes flavors and clouds are added on demand.
By leveraging Crossplane, the user of Project Syn can specify the backend services needed in a completely cloud-independent way. Provisioning of these services happens fully automated, handled by the tooling in the most optimal way.
You can find out more about the VSHN & Crossplane partnership here and on Netzwoche.
Crossplane is an open source multicloud control plane to manage your cloud-native applications and infrastructure across environments, clusters, regions and clouds. It enables provisioning and full-lifecycle management of applications and managed services from your choice of cloud using kubectl. Crossplane can be installed into an existing Kubernetes cluster to add managed service provisioning or deployed as a dedicated control plane for multi-cluster management and workload scheduling. Crossplane enables the community to build and publish Stacks to add more clouds and cloud services to Crossplane with support for out-of-tree extensibility and independent release schedules. Crossplane includes Stacks for GCP, AWS, and Azure today.
About VSHN – The DevOps Company
VSHN (pronounced ˈvɪʒn like “vision”) is Switzerland’s leading DevOps, Docker, Kubernetes, OpenShift, and 24/7 cloud operations partner.
VSHN was founded with the intention to fundamentally shake up the hosting market. As a lean startup, we have focused on operating IT platforms through automation, agility, and a continuous improvement process. Completely location-independent and without our own hardware, we operate extensive applications according to the DevOps principle agile and 24/7 on every infrastructure, so that software developers can concentrate on their business and IT operations are relieved.
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