SUSE CaaS Platform includes:
- Industry leading Kubernetes container orchestration technology, for automating deployment, scaling, and management of container-based applications
- Container engine and image registry for storing and running containers that use the open source Docker container format
- SUSE MicroOS, a purpose built OS to run containers while delivering the security, scalability, and robustness of SUSE Linux Enterprise
Complementary open source technologies, such as
- Kubernetes extensions like Helm, for deploying applications at scale
- SUSE managed container images for useful workloads such as MariaDB and SUSE Linux Enterprise base container images
- as well as an open interface for leveraging other extensions not packaged directly in the platform
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