What is KubeSail?
Learn, build, and deploy on the Cloud strong enough for enterprises and smart enough for startups. It provides useful and fun tools for iterating and collaborating on Cloud Infrastructure. It empowers ownership and collaboration between hundreds of developers on hundreds of clusters, local & remote, dedicated & shared, Dev & Ops.
KubeSail is a tool in the Cloud Hosting category of a tech stack.
Who uses KubeSail?
Why developers like KubeSail?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use KubeSail
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- Collaborate on infrastructure with your whole team.
- Migrate between Clouds with one click.
- Generous free-tier
- Discover and share Cloud components.
- Best in breed Open Source software
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