What is Ocean?
It brings reliability, automation and efficiency to cloud infrastructure management for containers. It continuously analyzes how your containers are using infrastructure, automatically scaling compute resources to maximize utilization and availability utilizing the optimal blend of spot, reserved and on-demand compute instances.
Ocean is a tool in the Container Tools category of a tech stack.
Who uses Ocean?
12 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Ocean.
Terraform, Ansible, AWS CloudFormation, Rancher, and Google Kubernetes Engine are some of the popular tools that integrate with Ocean. Here's a list of all 10 tools that integrate with Ocean.
- Serverless compute engine
- Mix and match instance families and sizes in the same availability zone
- Use reserved instances, savings plans, spot, and on-demand instances automatically
- Infrastructure automation via continuous container bin packing
- Container Cost Showback
- Container Right-Sizing
- Automatic Headroom provisioning for container warm start
- 99.99% SLA for spot workloads
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