Open Source Infrastructure Autoscaling for Kubernetes

What is Supergiant?

Supergiant is a container management platform built on top of Kubernetes. Supergiant makes it easy to deploy and manage faster, and it reduces hardware expenses. Packing algorithm efficiently matches your overall CPU and RAM needs.

Supergiant is a tool in the Containers as a Service category of a tech stack.

Supergiant is an open source tool with 664 Github Stars and 59 Github Forks. Here’s a link to Supergiant's open source repository on Github

Supergiant integrates with

Docker, Ubuntu, Kubernetes, DigitalOcean, and Amazon EC2 Container Service are some of the popular tools that integrate with Supergiant. Here's a list of all 8 tools that integrate with Supergiant.

Why people like Supergiant

Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use Supergiant.



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Supergiant's Features

  • Cost Aware Autoscaling Hardware - Supergiant reads container RAM/CPU requests/limits and manages HA hardware nodes to match automatically. Downsizes for most efficient usage.
  • Easy Kubernetes Install - Use Supergiant to deploy Kubernetes on multiple clouds in minutes. Use the Supergiant API to streamline production deployment.
  • Built for Stateful Apps - Developed by the team at Qbox.io for big data. Run stateful, distributed apps and databases in a reliable HA environment.
  • Lower Hardware Usage - Using Supergiant’s packing algorithm, lower hardware costs and use only the hardware you need with computed efficiency.
  • Open Source - Supergiant is open-source under an Apache 2.0 license.

Supergiant's alternatives

  • Amazon EC2 Container Service - Container management service that supports Docker containers
  • Google Kubernetes Engine - Deploy, manage, and scale containerized applications on Kubernetes, powered by Google Cloud
  • Docker Cloud - A hosted service for Docker container management and deployment
  • AWS Fargate - Run Containers Without Managing Infrastructure
  • Docker for AWS - Install a Swarm of Docker Engines secured end to end with TLS by default on AWS

See all alternatives to Supergiant


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