New Version of Loft Simplifies Kubernetes Management with Intuitive, Flexible and Fine-Grained Controls
Loft Labs, provider of developer tooling and multi-tenancy software for Kubernetes, today announced Loft v3 with unprecedented capabilities and flexibility for platform teams to build and enable their development teams with a self-service Kubernetes.
"Kubernetes is a game changer, but complicated. Now, after a major revamp of our user interface and onboarding experience, Loft v3 provides best-in-class management of virtual Kubernetes clusters - enabling larger organizations to provide self-service clusters to their engineering teams," said Lukas Gentele, co-founder and CEO, Loft Labs. "Now, managing Kubernetes has never been easier - and that is something no one ever says!"
New features in Loft v3 include:
With Loft v3, platform teams are able to manage virtual clusters, spaces, and applications at an enterprise scale.
Loft Labs builds its enterprise-grade Kubernetes platform Loft on top of the open source vcluster project. Loft is used by large organizations to create a self-service platform for their engineering teams. When an enterprise runs Loft, their engineers can provision virtual clusters on-demand whenever they need them, either using the Loft UI (user interface), the Loft CLI (command-line interface), or even using the Kubernetes command-line tool kubectl via the custom resources provided as part of Loft.
Read more about v3 on the Loft blog and join a live stream on March 14 at 8 a.m. Pacific time which includes a demonstration and Q+A session. Go here to download Loft v3.
About Loft Labs
Loft Labs was founded in 2019 to create open-source developer tooling and virtual cluster technology for Kubernetes, with the goal to increase developer productivity and to help engineers gain secure but unimpeded access to cloud infrastructure.
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