Platform9 Stock

platform9.comEnterprise Software / Other Enterprise SoftwareFounded: 2013Funding to Date: $74MM

Platform9 Systems, founded in 2013, is the provider of Open Source cloud-native services that helps organizations deploy and manage Kubernetes on any infrastructure. The mission of Platform9 is to “democratize cloud computing with an open, distributed cloud architecture”, aiming to bring Open Source technologies in a digestible service to the market.

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Management Team

Sirish Raghuram
Co-Founder & Chief Growth Officer
Roopak Parikh
Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer
Madhura Maskasky
Co-Founder & VP of Product
Vishwa Kapadia
Chief People Officer
Bhaskar Gorti
Chief Executive Officer
Bich Le
Co-Founder & Chief Architect

Board Members

Scott Raney
RedPoint Ventures
Upal Basu
NGP Capital
Diane Bryant
Gary Little
Canvas Ventures

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News Highlights

Next-gen compute engine supercharges Kubernetes performance
Platform9's Elastic Machine Pool (EMP) aims to improve Kubernetes performance by cutting costs and fostering innovation. The new compute engine enables Kubernetes to run on public clouds, potentially reducing the costs of running Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service clusters by about 50%. In addition, EMP could increase Kubernetes utilization from 30% to 70% by running clusters on Amazon Web Service’s bare metal, reducing waste and increasing efficiency.
op 10 managed Kubernetes platforms
The article lists the top 10 managed Kubernetes platforms according to Technology Magazine. The platforms, in descending order, are Google Kubernetes Engine, Azure Kubernetes, Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service, DigitalOcean Kubernetes, VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid, IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service, Alibaba Cloud Container Service for Kubernetes, Red Hat OpenShift, Linode Kubernetes Engine, and Platform9. These platforms help organisations with the deployment, scaling, and management of containerised applications.
Platform9’s new release seeks to provide a contemporary cloud-native substitute for traditional virtualization
When it comes to transforming applications to cloud-native platforms, there’s no question that Kubernetes and containers have had a considerable impact. But that’s also posed challenges surrounding complexity.
Updated on: Apr 15, 2024


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