Kubernetes is wonderful, but requires scarce expertise to setup and manage. Other solutions can ease setting up a cluster – so long as you have already setup Linux correctly, have all your servers in the same network, and met their other criteria. And hybrid clusters that span cloud and data center? Good luck with that!
Omni removes all limitations, allowing you to start with bare metal, virtual machines or a cloud provider, and create clusters spanning all of your locations, with a few clicks.
You provide the machines – edge compute, bare metal, or in your cloud account. Boot the machine off an Omni image. Click to allocate to a cluster. That’s it!
Click “Create Cluster”, and you are done. Your cluster will be securely created, with a highly available Kubernetes endpoint and best practices from the start, and be ready to use within minutes. You now have secure, upstream Kubernetes, running on your hardware (or in your cloud.) Omni will now just monitor it and help you upgrade.
Thanks to integrated SideroLink (TM), Talos Linux sets up a secure, WireGuard encrypted connection to Omni very early in the boot process, allowing you to stream logs, see performance data, change configurations and diagnose issues remotely, all from a simple UI. SideroLink works even when your systems are behind firewalls.
Check out the Omni announcement video below for a demo:
Omni deploys Talos Linux, the operating system designed for Kubernetes. Talos Linux is designed from the ground up solely to run Kubernetes.
Omni is currently in limited Beta availability. Fill out the form, and we’ll create an account for you.
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Pricing plans are available for everyone from at-home users to enterprises wanting 24 x 7 support.
Account provisioning is not yet automated, so there may be a delay of up to a day after you complete your form while we create your account.
NOTE: Omni trial accounts require an email address that is authenticated by Google (preferably Google Workspace) or GitHub.
As noted, we are still in a closed beta – we are adding new accounts gradually to validate our infrastructure and monitoring, and find the unexpected edge cases that pop up in launching a new SaaS. There may be a day, or possibly a few days, before we are able to create your account.