Banzai Cloud Launches Pipeline 2.0 for Deploying a Unified Platform

Banzai Cloud, a cloud software startup, is releasing a secure application platform, Pipeline 2.0, now integrated with Cloud Fusion.

Pipeline 2.0 is a hybrid multi-cloud application platform based on Cloud Native technologies that provides a productive foundation for containerized application deployment as well as integrated solutions for Day One and Day Two operations.

The platform allows companies to deploy and manage their own clusters without friction and offers a comprehensive solution for developing and operating services on-prem and in the cloud.

Aimed at enterprises running workloads across private data centers and public clouds, the product provides the power of a unified platform without modifications to existing Kubernetes deployments.

Pipeline 2.0 allows companies to scale up while automatically getting all the necessary infrastructure support, resiliency, security, centralized logging, monitoring and disaster-recovery in place, as well as providing additional features designed to operate services in production.

The new platform brings a plethora of production features in the areas of security and observability, in addition to new tools for building hybrid multi-cloud deployments.

Its refined features enable customers’ hybrid-cloud use-cases including cluster groups, service mesh, and federated resource and application deployments built on Kubernetes federation v2.

“Enterprises need a lot of flexibility when delivering their applications and services,” said Kris Flautner, CEO of Banzai Cloud. “The Banzai Cloud Pipeline 2.0 platform provides a productive foundation for their services, and Backyards gives convenient control over service quality, operations and telemetry.”

Pipeline 2.0 can be deployed on-premise or in five cloud providers (Amazon, Azure, Google, Alibaba, and Oracle). Services that are running on Pipeline scale out horizontally to other clouds and data centers to support multi-, hybrid- and edge-cloud configurations.

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