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Superfast and feature-rich Kubernetes clusters.
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For maximum availability and performance.
An enterprise-ready hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI).
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Boost your startup with a powerful, yet simple infrastructure.
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Free yourself from complex setups and get started fast with SaaS.
Build and test software with confidence and speed up development cycles.
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Install your favourite Kubernetes applications in seconds.
Through this tutorial, I will provide you with an understanding of using Node Exporter to monitor the nodes of your Kubernetes cluster.
This tutorial will help you set up Kubernetes on a Civo Instance using k3s. You'll also learn how to secure k3s and how to get access locally with `kubectl` through the new k3sup
This guide will show you how to Setup a 3 Node Docker Swarm Cluster on Ubuntu.
Dokku is a single node PaaS for developers to host small sites on, built in Bash and using Docker for containers. We'll use hosting a Rails application as an example.