Codezero has announced the public beta of version 2.0 of its platform. The version should make it easier for users to generate Kubernetes clusters in a very short period of time.
The public beta of the Codezero 2.0 platform supports development teams to collaborate easier and better in the development, testing and deployment process of Kubernetes clusters. More specifically, the company aims to fix what it sees as the “broken DevOps process” for collaborative development teams with the latest version of its platform.
The Codezero platform allows DevOps developers to spin up Kubernetes clusters in a very short time, within 90 seconds. These can then be tested and debugged in simulated collaboration environments.
More development insight and interaction
This, according to Codezero, is a new or “Omni-Dev” way to get more visibility and interaction in collaborative development processes and teams. This should speed up application development while at the same time fixing bugs and potential security breaches.