Carbon Relay is collaborating with IBM Cloud to take on on the complexity challenge of deploying, scaling and managing containerized applications in Kubernetes.

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Carbon Relay and IBM Collaborate to Tame Kubernetes Complexity

Managing applications running in Kubernetes can be far more complex and time-consuming than most DevOps, networking and IT professionals expect. The platform’s flexibility is both its strength and weakness. Kubernetes allows experts to tune it to support their organization’s needs, yet it can be so tough that many teams find it frustrating to the point of being unmanageable. Teams are often forced to opt to dramatically overprovision compute and storage resources to ensure application performance, running up unsustainable costs.

To address this complexity, Carbon Relay created Red Sky Ops, an AIOps platform for deploying, scaling and managing containerized applications in Kubernetes environments. It uses machine learning to automatically determine the optimal configuration for apps running in Kubernetes, eliminating the need for ineffective manual optimization.

Using ML-powered experimentation, Red Sky Ops explores the application parameter space, resulting in configurations that both deploy reliably and perform optimally—a nearly impossible task for even the most capable DevOps teams to undertake by hand. We also created Red Sky Ops to learn over time, allowing the platform to become even more efficient over time. 

Now, Carbon Relay is collaborating with the IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service, a complete managed container service, to tackle the Kubernetes complexity challenge head-on. I’ve worked with IBM’s Chris Rosen, program director, offering management of the IBM Kubernetes Service, to describe in detail the work we’re doing together to help deliver on the vision of Kubernetes.

In Turning a Glimpse of Kubernetes’ Future into Reality, Chris and I describe the collaboration between IBM and Carbon Relay, and how we’re providing enterprises with new and effective ways to use Kubernetes to achieve their business goals—reliably, efficiently, and flexibly. 

Read the full article on the IBM Cloud blog. If you’d like to learn more about how Red Sky Ops can work in your environment, schedule a demo with the Carbon Relay team. 


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Visit Carbon Relay at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon to See Red Sky Ops at Booth #SE66

We’re excited to announce that from November 18-21, we’ll be at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 2019 in San Diego. As proud CNCF members, we’re looking forward to joining the Kubernetes community in advocating for the advancement of cloud-native technologies. If you’re attending as well, stop by our booth to learn more about Carbon Relay and how we’re applying AI and machine learning to Kubernetes configuration management.

We know first-hand the challenges of managing containerized applications, and that’s why we built Red Sky Ops, the first AIOps solution specifically designed to make DevOps pros’ lives easier by automatically identifying and implementing the optimal settings for any containerized application, on-premise or in the cloud. 

Over the last few months, we’ve steadily enhanced Red Sky Ops’ AI to learn even faster, to better support applications deployed in complex environments. Visit us at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon to see how Red Sky Ops can address the challenges your DevOps team may be experiencing.

This year, Carbon Relay has seen incredible growth—first with our launch, then with the unveiling of Red Sky Ops and most recently through our integration with Helm to support charts. We’re excited about what comes next. Make sure you visit us in the exhibition hall to learn about all of our new integrations and features planned for the coming year.

See you there!

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