Deis builds powerful, open source tools that make it easy for teams to create and manage applications on Kubernetes.

triangle square circle

 

 

Trusted by Industry.

Backed by years of experience running containers at scale, Google’s Kubernetes serves as the engine for your applications.

Deis provides the tools and support services to help your team containerize and scale with confidence.

 

 

 

Appspark
Soficom
Democracy OS
Socialradar
Cloqworq
HotelQuickly

 

Deis gives our developers a self-service platform backed by a strong open source community. We are excited about Deis' potential at Mozilla.

- Benjamin Sternthal, Mozilla

Community Driven.

Deis Workflow is 100% open source with contributions from more than 190 developers.

Get Involved

triangle square circle
Recent Activity

Kubernetes Logging With Elasticsearch and Kibana

30 Aug 2016
Developers, system administrators, and other stakeholders need to access system logs on a daily (sometimes even hourly) basis. Logs from a couple of servers are easy to generate and handle. But, imagine a Kubernetes cluster with several pods running. Handling and storing logs in itself becomes a huge task. How does the system administrator collect, manage, and query the logs of the system pods? How does a user query the logs of their application, which...

Stackpoint Cloud and Deis Workflow

29 Aug 2016
Stackpoint Cloud provides a simple and easy to use interface to provision Kubernetes on a variety of clouds. Whether you are on Amazon, Azure, Digital Ocean, or Packet, Stackpoint Cloud is a great way to get started with Kubernetes. We announced a new collaboration at the beginning of August. Not slowing down, Stackpoint has added support for Kubernetes 1.3.5 and Deis Workflow 2.4. This guide shows just how easy it is to bring up a...

Private Applications on Workflow

24 Aug 2016
Last week, we released Workflow v2.4. In Workflow v2.4, we added something called deis routing. This feature allows you to add or remove an application from the routing layer. If you remove an application from the routing layer, it continues to run within the cluster while being unreachable from the outside world. If you remove an application from the routing layer, the application is still reachable internally thanks to Kubernetes services. This allows for some...
More blog posts
triangle square circle

Deis Workflow: The Kubernetes-native PaaS.

See how it works >