Everything about Kubernetes Multi Tenancy
In this post, we will show you step by step how to install Capsule on KIND to bring multitenancy to your local cluster.
Discover all the great new features of the Capsule V0.1.2 release!
Capsule helps reduce the operational effort to operate and maintain secure multi-tenancy on Charmed Kubernetes. Users, teams, and departments can now share the same infrastructure without compromising security and usability.
Kubernetes multi-tenancy is the ability to run workloads belonging to different subjects such as users, groups, and departments, in such a way that each subject’s workloads are isolated from each other. Multi-tenancy is becoming an important topic as more and more organisations adopt Kubernetes on a larger scale.
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Although Capsule is an open-source solution and therefore is supported by the community, as more customers are adopting the solution, they are interested in getting support directly from CLASTIX.
With rapid adoption of Kubernetes, as the most valuable platform to deliver cloud native applications, multi-tenancy is becoming a de-facto consideration to be part of the initial architecture to achieve a highly efficient, agile and cost effective infrastructure.
While we have been sharing the values and enhancements that customers can get from using Capsule, our multi-tenancy solution for Kubernetes, we thought it would be helpful to share a real life example of the use case for multi-tenancy as part of a larger project
As multi-tenancy continues to remain a hot topic in the market, we are proud to announce the next release of Capsule multi-tenancy operator v0.1.1!
With the accelerating adoption of Kubernetes the dilemma of multi-tenancy is gaining more traction and being more hot and relevant. Implementing a multi-tenancy architecture is proving to be one of the more strategic decisions that need to be considered when implementing Kubernetes-based infrastructure, as it has long term implications to operational efficiency, scale velocity and costs.