VP Marketing & Product (UX)
14 February, 2023
2 min read
"Parting is such sweet sorrow," wrote William Shakespeare in Romeo and Juliet. The words ring true even today as we bid farewell to old manual ways of inter-cluster networking and welcome the new. Say goodbye to applications staying isolated in cloud fragments and welcome a new era of unified network solutions.
In the past, organizations have been forced to deal with inconsistent experiences that come with isolated applications in fragmented clouds. The complexity of managing multiple cloud platforms, ensuring communication paths for applications to share data across them and ensuring consistent performance and security have been challenging.
But now, there is a solution that can help organizations overcome these challenges and provide a unified network for distributed applications.
KubeSlice is an innovative technology that brings application-aware cloud-native networking to globally distributed Kubernetes clusters. With KubeSlice, organizations can say goodbye to the frustrations of creating inter-cluster networking over a WAN—no more setting up of VPC, IP address planning, setting up of Load Balancers and CoreDNS setups etc.—in order to get applications to communicate with each other across cloud regions. In the old way, the inter-cluster connectivity took weeks or months to set up. In the new way, KubeSlice does it in minutes.
Another benefit of KubeSlice is that it enables organizations to manage their application-aware inter-cluster network from a single user interface. This includes the ability to manage pods, services, network policies, node affinity, RBAC, and resource quotas from a single control plane, making it easier to ensure consistency and coordination for applications across your network.
Thus, if you're tired of dealing with the challenges of isolated applications and want to embrace a new era of unified network for apps, it’s time to try KubeSlice. With its innovative technology and comprehensive capabilities, KubeSlice is the perfect solution for organizations looking to simplify their network infrastructure, improve performance, and enhance security.
So let us take a cue from Shakespeare and embrace the sweet sorrow of saying goodbye to the old manual ways while embracing the newer, simpler ways of building networks for applications.
And while you’re at it, have a great February with your loved ones.