Komodor, the platform set to redefine Kubernetes troubleshooting, today announced a new experience code-named Workflows that automates troubleshooting common errors in Kubernetes.
“Kubernetes is becoming the de facto operating system for cloud-native applications,” said Ben Ofiri, CEO and Co-Founder of Komodor. “And with Kubernetes being the prevailing way to deploy applications, developers must have tools to fix common issues on the fly. Workflows delivers on that promise by distilling complex troubleshooting processes, that sometimes take hours, into a few clicks.”
Leveraging Komodor’s change intelligence capabilities, Workflow’s smart algorithm automatically detects Kubernetes issues and responds with a series of checks that quickly pinpoint its root cause. Not stopping there, the feature also uses the information to provide made-to-measure instruction for remediation, turning troubleshooting into a fast and effortless experience for dev and ops.
“Workflows is a natural evolution for Komodor,” said Itiel Schwartz, CTO and Co-Founder of Komodor. “Seasoned Kubernetes users are already using Komodor to help troubleshoot at record speed. But the next step is baking that deep expertise directly into the product, so that any developer can be a Kubernetes troubleshooting expert.”
The early beta version for Workflows is already being used by a select group of beta customers, and Komodor team is now focusing on collecting feedback and expanding coverage, to include all issues impacting Kubernetes deployments. In parallel, the team is planning to add a layer of customization that will allow platform admins to create their own playbooks, granularly addressing the specific needs of their organization.
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