Deckhouse Commander

Manage a fleet of clusters from a centralized interface.
Create clusters and delete them, customize cluster configuration.

Control and monitoring

Manage all clusters from one place via API and web application

Uniform infrastructure

Create and update cluster configurations using templates

Activity audit

Keep a record of all cluster, template, and resource registry activities

Multiplatform clusters

Create clusters in both public and private clouds, as well as on bare metal

How it works

On the home screen, select one of the templates, fill in the input parameters, and create a cluster

During installation, the cluster has a “Creating” status and the cluster screen displays a real-time installation log

Once the installation is complete, the cluster can be deleted or cloned

Each cluster has a compact dashboard with up-to-date information on its status

The results of all operations are stored in the change log to facilitate auditing

Why Deckhouse

Runs on top of any infrastructure

Identical clusters on top of any supported clouds, virtualization systems, or bare metal servers, including those in air-gapped environments with no internet access

Infrastructure-as-code approach

Easily and seamlessly share your infrastructure maintenance expertise: all build and delivery manifests are generated and stored in your version control system. No hidden mechanisms or “secret” scripts running off an engineer’s laptop. Everything is in plain sight, under your control

Deckhouse meets all security requirements

The platform meets CIS Kubernetes Benchmark, Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux), and PCI Security Standart Council recommendations

Why Flant

Since 2008

in the IT market

Over 100

of highly experienced DevOps engineers

Over 200

active clusters

Over 4000

applications in production

Russia’s first

CNCF-certified Kubernetes Service Provider

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