The release includes a large number of enhancements and new features for running K8S with enterprise on-premise infrastructure
SUNNYVALE, CA – December 10, 2018 – Mirantis announced today from KubeCon North America the release of Mirantis Cloud Platform (MCP). The new release offers a number of enhancements and new features including the ability to deploy Kubernetes on premises, as well as much improved and more rigorous quality assurance in all areas of the product.
This latest version of MCP follows on the heels of the recently announced MCP Edge, which offers operators a complete software solution designed for edge cloud use cases. Highlights of the latest MCP release includes OpenStack Queens, Kubernetes 1.11 and OpenContrail 4.0. It also includes upgrades and updates to the DriveTrain component upgrade pipeline, granular OpenStack Ocata to Pike Upgrade pipeline, Kubernetes Upgrade Pipeline, as well as security improvements in all areas and improved documentation experience.
“With Kubernetes becoming the de-facto infrastructure API and standard for building new applications, the need for virtual machines is devolving into a security layer for containers,” said Adrian Ionel, Mirantis co-founder and CEO. “Longer term, we believe customers will run Kubernetes on bare metal and we are looking to enable this with subsequent MCP releases.”
Over the course of the last 3 years, the world’s top brands have been partnering with Mirantis to build and support their K8S infrastructure, including Volkswagen, Reliance Jio and AT&T.
If you are interested in receiving a live demo of the latest MCP or MCP Edge, stop by the Mirantis booth P5 at KubeCon.
Mirantis is the flexible infrastructure company harnessing open source to free application owners from operations concerns. The company employs a unique build-operate-transfer approach to deliver two distinct products:
- Mirantis Cloud Platform, which is based on Kubernetes and OpenStack and helps services providers and enterprises run highly tunable private clouds powered by infrastructure-as-code and based on open standards.
- Mirantis Application Platform, which is based on Spinnaker and helps enterprises adopt cloud native continuous delivery to realize cloud ROI at scale.
To date, Mirantis has helped more than 200 enterprises and service providers build and operate some of the largest open clouds in the world. Its customers include iconic brands such as Adobe, AT&T, Comcast, Reliance Jio, STC, Vodafone, Volkswagen, and Wells Fargo. Learn more at www.mirantis.com.
Joseph Eckert for Mirantis