Federated management and governance across disparate clusters from most any Kubernetes distributions
As part of the D2iQ Kubernetes Platform (DKP), Kommander delivers centralized control over a wide expanse of Kubernetes resources in a world where otherwise there is none. Developed to address the broad issues caused by Kubernetes “cluster sprawl,” D2iQ’s Kommander delivers federated management, governance, and visibility across an organization’s expansive use of Kubernetes clusters. As parts of the organization require new Kubernetes clusters and associated data services, Kommander simplifies the provisioning of new services and creates greater policy-driven consistency across Kubernetes clusters within the environment.
A centralized control plane for multi-cluster management provides enhanced visibility and easy visualization into your cluster landscape.
With integrated service monitoring, logging, and alerting, platform admins can centrally view the status and operational details of all managed clusters, on-premise or in the cloud. Aggregated alerting accelerates the time to triage problems so that they may be resolved quickly and easily before they escalate, saving valuable time and impact.
Granular Cost Control
Real-time cost management provides granular visibility and control across your Kubernetes clusters. Drill down into cluster costs in real-time and attribute them to the right departments, teams, groups, or projects. Identify opportunities for savings and get the information you need for more effective budgeting.
With centralized management, you can enable service operations, such as upgrades and new service additions with zero downtime. This ensures there is a consistent upgrade policy, deployment policy, and security within a single pane of glass.
Quickly and easily deploy valuable applications from the centralized service catalog, including complex data services like Kafka, Cassandra, or Spark operators, to specific or multiple clusters, with governance.
Service Mesh Integration
With integrated service mesh capabilities, customers can add advanced networking capabilities, such as multi-cluster and cross-cluster service discovery, load balancing, and advanced network security capabilities. Granular network controls enable a variety of hybrid cloud, multi-cloud, and multi-cluster use cases.