Datacomm Partner Update: Managed Kubernetes Service with Kamaji

Datacomm has initiated a collaboration with Clastix to develop a Managed Kubernetes Service. This strategic partnership leverages Clastix’s innovative software solution, Kamaji, to deliver robust and scalable Kubernetes services, setting a new standard for cloud infrastructure in Indonesia.

Adriano Pezzuto, CEO and Founder of Clastix, expressed enthusiasm about the partnership. “We are very excited to collaborate with Datacomm and support their vision of providing leading Kubernetes services,” said Adriano in a release.

According to Adriano, Kamaji’s Hosted Control Plane architecture is designed to meet the needs of cloud service providers like Datacomm, offering a robust, scalable, and cost-effective solution that simplifies Kubernetes management.

To develop a world-class managed Kubernetes service, Datacomm sought a solution that could provide scalability, efficiency, and management ease comparable to services offered by major hyperscalers like AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud. For these reasons, Datacomm chose Kamaji from Clastix due to its advanced architecture and proven expertise in Kubernetes.

Benny Sumitro, Director of Cloud Services at Datacomm, stated that partnering with Clastix and integrating Kamaji into their services marks a significant step forward for Datacomm. “Kamaji’s innovative architecture enables us to provide scalable, efficient, and secure Kubernetes services, offering our customers a high-quality experience similar to that provided by global hyperscalers,” said Benny.

This Kamaji architecture will be utilized by Datacomm for the DKubes managed Kubernetes service, one of the services from DCloud.

DKubes is a cloud computing service platform to help easily create and provision Kubernetes clusters in a short time. DKubes features allow users to have dedicated control nodes and worker nodes, offering high performance capable of efficiently managing large workloads. Users can configure the number and combination of worker nodes and control nodes based on high availability and non-high availability needs through the provided customer portal.

These clusters are also compatible with various programming languages, including Java, Node.js, .NET, Ruby, Python, and PHP, providing flexibility and ease for developers in managing and optimizing their applications.

This collaboration with Kamaji creates a DKubes service ready to offer a robust Kubernetes experience, driving innovation and growth in the Indonesian cloud market. This development can enhance Datacomm’s offerings in meeting the ever-evolving needs of customers with agility and precision.

Moreover, Datacomm’s strategic partnership with Clastix represents the company’s commitment to providing leading cloud services in Indonesia. This collaboration demonstrates how independent cloud providers can leverage advanced Kubernetes architecture to deliver scalable, efficient, and secure services.

Benefits for Customers

With a production-ready solution compliant with the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), DKubes users are assured a strong and reliable Kubernetes environment. Increased efficiency and reduced operational burden mean customers can expect faster service delivery and higher uptime. Additionally, DKubes’ strict isolation and security features ensure that customer data and workloads are protected, providing peace of mind in an increasingly complex digital landscape.

About Clastix

Clastix is an Italian startup specializing in software solutions that help organizations build innovative cloud infrastructure based on Kubernetes. Founded by Cloud Computing experts, Clastix is committed to simplifying Kubernetes management through its flagship product, Kamaji. Kamaji’s unique Hosted Control Plane architecture enables scalable, efficient, and secure Kubernetes environments, making it a top choice for cloud service providers and enterprises worldwide.

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