We've added Kubernetes and serverless functions to our list of integration sources
We’re happy to say that we’ve just added Kubernetes and serverless functions to our list of supported integration sources. Yay! So, why is that a good thing? Let us explain!
Unless you have been living in a cave for the last few years, you’ll probably be aware of the move toward Kubernetes, Docker and serverless functions (like the AWS Lambda offering). All of these are awesome building blocks, that allow you to quickly architect a high-capacity, auto-scaling platform for your business. But the simplicity of the UX can hide the complexity of the solution, and the “serverless” description will be a bit misleading for the more literal-minded customers.
The reality is that these solutions are typically dynamic, multi-tenanted, and scale, reconfigure and re-address on a daily basis. And yes, there are indeed servers: often a handful for each function that is deployed.
And what about functions that are publicly accessible when they shouldn’t be? Or IPv6 addresses you didn’t know existed? Or container farms that have scaled up to cover peak usage, but not back down once the demand has passed?
That’s where scarlet comes in. By simply connecting your cloud providers into scarlet, you’ll never again miss these changes to your environment.
But don’t take our word for it, why not just give it a try? There’s a free, unrestricted trial available, and you only need an email address to register. You could literally be up and running, and seeing the value in ten minutes.