Cisco’s cus­tomers can run pro­duc­tion grade con­tain­ers on any in­fras­truc­ture

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In re­sponse to cus­tomer feed­back, Cisco has un­veiled sup­port for Ku­ber­netes in its Ap­pDy­nam­ics ap­pli­ca­tion per­for­mance mon­i­tor­ing (APM) suite. The com­pany has also un­veiled Cisco CloudCen­ter 4.9 for Ku­ber­netes.

Cisco CloudCen­ter was for­merly called CliQr, and could se­curely de­ploy and man­age ap­pli­ca­tions in mul­ti­ple en­vi­ron­ments, in­clud­ing on-premises and on pri­vate and pub­lic clouds.

CloudCen­ter 4.9 was made avail­able first, while Ap­pDy­nam­ics for Ku­ber­netes be­came avail­able on May 9. Sources at Cisco say that cus­tomers will now be able to run pro­duc­tion-grade con­tain­ers on any in­fras­truc­ture, via a com­bi­na­tion of Cisco CloudCen­ter 4.9, Cisco Con­tainer Plat­form, and the Google Ku­ber­netes En­gine (GKE), which is part of the Google Cloud Plat­form (GCP).

In an of­fi­cial blog, Kurt Milne from Cisco, said, “Fea­tures that make Ku­ber­netes pro­duc­tion-grade in­clude au­to­mated roll-out and roll­back, auto-scal­ing, and self­heal­ing of con­tainer­ised ap­pli­ca­tions (among other things).”

Cisco CloudCen­ter and Ap­pDy­nam­ics can be pur­chased as stand­alone sub­scrip­tion-based soft­ware of­fers, or bun­dled via the Cisco Mul­ti­cloud Port­fo­lio as Cloud Con­sume. An­other op­tion is to get them with Cisco Hyper­Flex through Cisco SmartPlay bun­dles.

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