Cisco, Amazon team on Cisco Hybrid Solution for Kubernetes on AWS

Cisco recently unveiled a new solution made to work with Amazon Web Services. The Cisco Hybrid Solution for Kubernetes on AWS is aimed at delivering a simpler solution for running new containerized applications. It gives users a way to deploy, connect, and monitor containerized applications within their Kubernetes clusters in a secure environment. So you can manage them all consistently through both private datacenters and the AWS cloud.

The new solution is slated to be released sometime this month. Here’s what you should expect from it.

About Cisco Hybrid Solution for Kubernetes on AWS

The main function of Cisco Hybrid Solution for Kubernetes on AWS is to give users the ability to provide AWS Identity and Access Management using the Cisco Container Platform and Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes. This connection between the two entities lets you create and manage all of those different container clusters using common identity and control policies across all environments, whether you’re using on-premises or public cloud solutions.

Benefits of Cisco Hybrid Solution for Kubernetes on AWS

This new solution helps out in a few key areas. First, it gives developers a way to speed up innovation and time to market, since you can deploy and manage containerized applications more easily across both on-premises and the AWS cloud. It can also reduce IT costs and complexity since you can access a common set of tools and for on-premises and AWS. Because of that flexibility and the ability to work with a different environment, it meets the needs of both developers and IT operations teams, which simplifies team management for organizations. And finally, Cisco offers enterprise support that covers all aspects of the solution, giving you a simple way to reach out if you have issues or questions.

Overall, the solution is intended to make it easier for developers to deliver new applications quickly. The visibility, control, and support features all come together to give you more options and make managing applications in multiple environments simple.

Annie Pilon

Annie Pilon is a freelance writer specializing in topics related to business, marketing, social media, and tech. She has a degree in journalism and marketing from Columbia College Chicago and currently works and lives in Michigan.

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