Cloud-native architecture

Prepare to scale your cloud-native application

Get an automated and scalable infrastructure. Deploy a three-node cluster with the Managed Kubernetes Service, while you focus on the software layers.

Managed Kubernetes service
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Incoming and outgoing traffic included¹
Compatible with standard open-source APIs
cloud native architecture Kubernetes

Launch your Kubernetes cluster at an ultra-competitive price

Example of a simplified cloud-native architecture on a Kubernetes cluster, composed of three Discovery D2-4 instances

Advantages of this type of architecture:

  • Discover the power of automation on a full three-node Kubernetes cluster
  • Use robust Discovery instances for your first steps with Kubernetes
  • Upgrade to more powerful instances at any time, in just a few clicks
  • Concentrate on developing your software with Public Cloud ecosystem services, such as Managed Private Registry, Load Balancer or Object Storage
  • Use Infrastructure as Code to automate your deployments with Terraform.

Advantages of using a Managed Kubernetes Service for your cloud-native web app

Fully managed by OVHcloud

OVHcloud deploys, hosts and maintains all of the components needed for Kubernetes to work, including updates and security patches. We also maintain the necessary components on your nodes. Get all the features of a certified Kubernetes administrator after downloading your kubeconfig file, then focus on your business.

Scalability and high availability

Exposing a service on multiple worker nodes can be easily done in just a few command lines. Kubernetes launches the containers and configures the load balancer for you. You can also define the health conditions for each service. Kubernetes will relaunch the pods and containers that do not meet these conditions.

Reversibility, multicloud and hybrid cloud

Thanks to the conformance programme established by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), a number of cloud licensors and providers guarantee total data reversibility. Kubernetes has in fact become the standard for multicloud (different cloud providers or datacentres) and hybrid (on-site and cloud distribution) scenarios. The same configuration can be instantly transferred from one provider to another.

Getting started with the Managed Kubernetes Service