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What is Kubernetes?

Kubernetes is an open-source container-orchestration system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. It has a large, rapidly growing ecosystem and the services, support, and tools are widely available. Kubernetes provides you with a framework to run distributed systems resiliently.

Click here for in-depth details about the Kubernetes service for your cloud instances on E2E Cloud.

Multiple benefits of E2E Kubernetes Here Are Some.

  • Self Healing
  • Zero Vendor Lock In
  • Optimised Resource Usage
  • Multicloud approach via Kubernetes Federation

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Does E2E provide a Kubernetes Dashboard?


Can we migrate to E2E Kubernetes without any hassle?

E2E provides Standard Kubernetes, Which helps Engineers to migrate all scripts from existing setup without any hassle.

Is E2E Kubernetes Managed or Unmanaged?


Do you have AutoScale feature enabled for Kubernetes?

No. Autoscale feature will be released very soon.

Is E2E Kubernetes Network Safe?

Yes. By default Kubernetes network is already encrypted. It encrypts all traffic between nodes.

Which are E2E Instances that are available to launch on E2E Kubernetes?

Is it possible to add Bare Metal Servers to E2E Kubernetes?


Does E2E Kubernetes support Multi Master?

No. At present it only supports Single Master.

Do you provide Persistent volume on Kubernetes?

No, At present we are not offering Persistent volumes from Myaccount Platform.

Does E2E allow Shared Policies on Containers?


Is there any Access management tool for E2E Kubernetes?

Kubernetes itself provides user and role management via RBAC authorization API. E2E kubernetes offering comes with RBAC authorization-mode enabled by default. Customers can create roles and bind them to the users as per their requirements.