Container Management Features
Read what people say are the most valuable features of the solutions they use.
It's like instantaneous scaling up. If you have a lot of traffic coming in, things like RAM and hard disk are easily able to scale. View full review »
I like health checks and management features. You can easily see if something is not working properly. Also, I like the resource allocation. It's very good. If you want to add more resources, you can do it on the fly. The dashboards are good. The backend also works very well. View full review »
The most valuable feature is definitely the fact that you can use a single platform to deploy to different resource providers. Right now, the version I'm using has vSphere and AWS, but I know in the future they're planning on adding more. The ability to deploy clusters on-prem or to any number of public cloud providers is really valuable because you don't need to relearn or switch platforms to switch resource providers. That is one really cool feature of a CCP. It gives us the ability to have a single platform to deploy clusters to multiple resource providers and then manage all of those clusters from that same platform. There are some other smaller things I like. For example, creating a cluster itself is pretty straight forward. It's very familiar. If you've ever filled out a web form for anything, you can do this. View full review »
Kubernetes Engines is easy to deploy and manage. View full review »
The CLI commands are good. View full review »
The most valuable feature is the horizontal staging of applications. Other important features include isolation of applications and more effective usage of infrastructure due to less consumption of resources by containers. View full review »