Diamanti Spektra 3.0 Enables Users to Manage Cloud Deployments and Migrations on One Platform

Diamanti, creators of a bare-metal hyperconverged platform for Kubernetes and containers, is releasing Diamanti Spektra 3.0.

With Diamanti Spektra 3.0, enterprise customers have one flexible solution to deploy, replicate, and migrate cloud-native applications across bare metal and public cloud infrastructures.  With Spektra 3.0, enterprises can easily manage their hybrid cloud deployments and migrations with one seamless solution. 

“Enterprise customers are increasingly looking for agility to keep their businesses running smoothly while supporting distributed workforces and customers,” said Tom Barton, CEO of Diamanti. “Our cloud-neutral Kubernetes management platform provides users the ability to make real-time, data-driven decisions, enable access to applications, and maintain data security across the data center, cloud, and at the edge.”

Spektra 3.0 also delivers enhancements to managed service providers (MSPs) and large enterprises that support multiple tenants.

 By introducing additional resource management and access controls above Kubernetes, enterprise administrators and MSPs can improve isolation between tenants that span across multiple clusters or infrastructure providers.

The new release of Diamanti Spektra is available on Diamanti D20 hyperconverged infrastructure from Diamanti, Dell Technologies, or Lenovo and makes it possible for enterprises to make application-driven infrastructure decisions for containerized applications. This release delivers industry-leading federated Kubernetes features, including:

  • Multi-cluster management across bare metal and public cloud: Users can provision and administer Kubernetes clusters hosted in the data center, at the edge or in the cloud and manage them from a single control plane. Diamanti Spektra will first add support for Microsoft Azure followed by Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud Platform.
  • Policy-based multi-tenancy for enterprises and MSPs: Administrators can organize tenants and projects across multiple managed clusters, providing application teams access to a predetermined set of shared resources. Additional isolation and security enable administrators to separate tenants within a single domain to support MSPs who manage multiple clients.
  • Integrated application deployment, migration, and disaster recovery for stateful applications: Project members have the ability to deploy and migrate applications to other managed clusters and configure replication policies for disaster recovery from a unified management console, providing a single pane of glass for multi-cluster operations.

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