Topic: crossplane

Upbound updates its Crossplane platform with enterprise features

Control plane company Upbound today released an update to its platform that the company said offers a unified managed Crossplane experience available as multitenant SaaS or on premises. Organizations today struggle with managing data and resources across multi-cloud accounts, making it hard for platform teams to administer those platforms. According to Upbound’s announcement, the release … continue reading

8 reasons why Crossplane is the ideal engine for internal developer platforms

Crossplane is a Kubernetes-native framework that allows organizations to manage anything using a consistent API and runtime, making it an ideal foundation for Internal Development Platforms (IDPs).  Organizations typically run a complex mix of cloud and on-premise resources like databases, virtual machines and network policies. IT teams must support multiple platforms to provision and manage … continue reading

Crossplane 1.13 released with a new feature allowing changes to be ignored

The new version of Crossplane has the ability to ignore certain changes that external systems may be making to the resources managed by Crossplane. According to the maintainers, in certain situations, it can be beneficial to delegate control of specific resource values to another system. A common example is using a cluster autoscaler that adjusts … continue reading

ITOps Times open source project of the week: Crossplane

Crossplane is an open-source project that provides infrastructure as code (IaC) for managing cloud native applications and infrastructure.  It is designed to enable users to declaratively manage their cloud resources using a single, unified interface, rather than needing to use the individual APIs and tooling provided by different cloud providers. Crossplane aims to provide a … continue reading

Crossplane accepted as Incubating project at CNCF

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) has announced that the Kubernetes control plane Crossplane has been accepted as an Incubating project. “Kubernetes and cloud native projects have demonstrated that multi cloud innovation is possible and truly a reality in manproduction environments,” said Chris Aniszczyk, CTO of CNCF. “The industry is ready for cross-cloud managed services … continue reading Protection Status

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