Focus on your business
With over 6 years of Kubernetes integration experience, we provide expert knowledge and support. Draw on our vast Kubernetes expertise and let your IT team focus on your core activities.
We combine in-house support and development with quality advice to give you in-depth help through your application deployment.
Our infrastructure is purpose-built to allow your bare-metal server environment to co-exists with Kubernetes.
Management VPN (Q4 2020)
Ease of management by connecting directly to your ASERGO private network using a VPN.
We use only high-quality data center hardware, from the leading hyper-scale data center solution providers.
Hardware and software insight
Gain inside knowledge of your Kubernetes stack with hardware and application monitoring.
Enjoy a vast array of services for Kubernetes and bare-metal servers. Network block, object, and file storage. Logs and metrics. Not forgetting backup for all platforms. Discover our native services
Take advantage of our redundant infrastructure. We always install hardware across multiple availability and security zones.
ASERGO is a European company which fully comply with GDPR.
Pay in your preferred currency.
We support credit cards and bank transfer in any of these currencies: EUR, GBP, USD, CAD, DKK, SEK, NOK, CHF.
We are now an OAuth 2.0 (OpenID Connect) provider. Create authentication for applications/services running at ASERGO. How to use OpenID Connect
November in progress
Smart Kubernetes cluster and node upgrade. Be in control over when and what to upgrade.
December in progress
Auditing service for Kubernetes. Keep track of user and application interaction. Ensure compliance with laws and regulations.
What is Kubernetes?
Kubernetes is an open-source container orchestration framework. It is widely adopted and seen as the replacement for proprietary closed source cloud solutions. Google initially developed Kubernetes and made it open source in 2014. Today, Kubernetes is the de-facto standard for container orchestration, based on Google's years of experience running the world's most significant containerized orchestration systems. Kubernetes has a rapidly growing open source community, with engineers from many companies, including Google and Red Hat, actively contributing to the project.