MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Codefresh and Amazon partnered today at the launch of Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS), a highly available and scalable Kubernetes service for AWS cloud connection. Codefresh is the first and only continuous integration/delivery (CI/CD) platform designed for Kubernetes. By partnering with Amazon to launch Amazon EKS, the two tech companies aim to make Kubernetes adoption incredibly easy and to accelerate application deployment.
“80% of enterprises are in the process of adopting Kubernetes but most still haven’t made it to production,” said Codefresh CEO and Co-Founder Raziel Tabib. “This partnership and integration solves two major Kubernetes’ challenges: knowing how to host a production-ready cluster, and how to actually start building and deploying their applications.”
Bringing Codefresh together with Amazon EKS will spur the adoption of related technologies, such as Helm, a package manager for Kubernetes with first-class support in Codefresh.
Codefresh joins several partners as part of a broader launch of Amazon’s managed Kubernetes service. Users can learn more about Kubernetes deployment to Amazon EKS at https://codefresh.io/eks/
About Codefresh, Inc.
Founded in 2014, Codefresh combines CI/CD, Image Management, and on-demand staging environments to create a complete container delivery toolchain that brings developers and developer operations into a shared platform. Codefresh enables startups and enterprises alike to immediately benefit from microservices and container-based technologies. The company is based in Silicon Valley and Israel. Learn more about Codefresh at https://codefresh.io/. Follow Codefresh on LinkedIn or Twitter at @codefresh.