The latest version of Korifi, a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) that greatly simplifies Kubernetes and enhances the application deployment process, was just made public by the Cloud Foundry Foundation.
Additionally, the Foundation announced its Cloud Foundry Day event, which will be held on June 21 in Heidelberg, Germany, as well as a series of Korifi Tutorials to assist developers in getting started with Korifi.
When deploying their applications using Kubernetes infrastructure, many organisations encounter difficulties. For managing containerized workloads, Kubernetes is a strong and versatile platform, but it can be complicated and challenging to manage for developers who are not familiar with its intricacies. By adding a more streamlined and user-friendly interface on top of Kubernetes infrastructure, Korifi aims to make the deployment process for developers easier.
According to Chris Clark, programme manager at Cloud Foundry, “having a golden path to production when using Kubernetes infrastructure is proving to be elusive or expensive.” “Korifi alters that by providing a simple adoption path on cloud platforms. Korifi is becoming more inclusive in its workflows and able to support both greenfield and legacy deployment workflows, realising parity with the Cloud Foundry developer experience.
Updates to Korifi in v.0.7.0 include the following.
- Improved logging;
- Labels and annotations are now supported on all resources;
- Automatic clean up of unused resources;
- Support for multiple apps in manifests.
Adopters are guaranteed complete transparency and agility thanks to Korifi’s entirely open-source code base and community-driven methodology. The introduction of a new cloud-based product and the ability to enable a cloud-native transformation for their Cloud Foundry customers are two benefits of using Korifi for system integrators and service providers. Developers can concentrate on writing code because Korifi manages the infrastructure.
Cloud Foundry Day was declared.
The event will be held on June 21, 2023, in Heidelberg, Germany. Submission deadline is April 28, 2023.
The biggest technology companies in the world, such as IBM, SAP, and VMware, support the open source technology known as Cloud Foundry, which is used by pioneers in the fields of manufacturing, telecommunications, and financial services. Only Cloud Foundry offers the velocity required to deliver apps continuously at business speed. Applications written in any language can be run on a variety of cloud computing platforms, including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud Platform (GCP), IBM Cloud, Microsoft Azure, OpenStack, and others, using Cloud Foundry’s container-based architecture. Cloud Foundry is the modern standard for deploying mission-critical apps at large, international organisations because of its strong services ecosystem and straightforward integration with pre-existing technologies.