Top 4 Go Tenant Projects
Multi-tenancy and policy-based framework for Kubernetes. (by clastix)Project mention: How we reduced Kubernetes Clusters Sprawl by adopting Vclusters: An Introduction | reddit.com/r/kubernetes | 2022-04-30
At the end is just a tool which helps to achieve multi tenancy(with all pros and cons) in Kubernetes. It takes a different approach from capsule for example as you have a dedicated control plane for each tenant which means you have an isolated api server that you can spin up in a matter of seconds and lets you also achieve better resource utilizations by using the same nodes shared among all tenants
Kubernetes Operator for Multi-Instance Multi-tenancyProject mention: Is it a good idea to use k8s namespace-based multitenancy for delivering managed service of an application? | reddit.com/r/kubernetes | 2023-03-18
You might want to check out - KubePlus (https://github.com/cloud-ark/kubeplus), which has already been referenced in the thread and is exactly designed for building managed application services. I am the originator and core contributor to this project. KubePlus is a Kubernetes Operator that takes an application Helm chart and represents it as a Kubernetes API (CRD) on the cluster. This API allows you to create instances of the application in separate namespaces automatically ensuring a secure perimeter around each instance using NetworkPolicy, Resource Quota, and RBAC. These soft multi-tenancy measures are already mentioned in the thread along with the namespace. KubePlus has automated all of them for you under an API. This API not only allows the creation of the application instances but also supports day-2 operations such as monitoring, troubleshooting, and upgrades to simplify the end-to-end functioning of any managed application service. We are currently seeing interest from teams that want to create managed services for different types of containerized applications, including open-source platforms such as WordPress, Moodle, Ozone/OpenMRS, AI/ML workloads, etc. KubePlus has been tested successfully with all (90+) Bitnami Helm charts. For anyone who wants to deliver a managed application with minimal / no Kubernetes access to their customers, KubePlus can help by accelerating the implementation of namespace-based multi-tenancy on Kubernetes. With the ability to set NetworkPolicy and Resource Quota per application instance, the blast radius is restricted, if something goes wrong in an application instance. KubePlus does not need admin permissions on your cluster. This makes it possible to use KubePlus to manage your application instances on your customer's cluster as well.
Access the most powerful time series database as a service. Ingest, store, & analyze all types of time series data in a fully-managed, purpose-built database. Keep data forever with low-cost storage and superior data compression.
Prometheus remote write proxy that adds Cortex tenant ID based on metric labels
Super fast and lightweight DB migration & evolution tool written in Go (by lukaszbudnik)
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How we reduced Kubernetes Clusters Sprawl by adopting Vclusters: An Introduction
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