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By: NEONKUBE Latest Version: 0.11.0-beta.2

Product Overview

Full Stack Kubernetes

NEONKUBE is a full-stack, production ready Kubernetes distribution aimed at developers who want to deploy production services to Kubernetes. It provides everything needed to run production services out-of-the box, with a greatly improved developer experience.

NEONKUBE runs the same everywhere, from a laptop to on-premises servers, to the cloud. This means that a developer can code and test against a laptop cluster and have confidence that it will work the same in the cloud.

Service Mesh
Istio provides traffic management, security and observability for the cluster network.

Certificate Management
Cert Manager provides automated certificate provisioning and renewal.

Object Storage
Minio provides S3 compatible object storage.

Container Attached Storage
OpenEBS enables developers to run stateful workloads on Kubernetes by providing local and/or distributed Kubernetes Persistent Volumes.

Container Registry
NEONKUBE includes a built-in container registry for hosting container images.

Single Sign On
Dex helps to abstract identity management. Dex is compatible with providers such as GitHub, Google, Microsoft, AWS, as well as federating with enterprise authentication solutions like Microsoft Active Directory.

Prometheus, Grafana, Tempo, Mimir, and Loki form our monitoring stack, providing visibility into what happening in a cluster.

neon desktop
neon desktop is our graphical user interface. This can be installed on workstations and laptops and is used to deploy and manage clusters.

neon cli
neon cli is a command line tool that wraps and extends the functionality provided by other Kubernetes tools like kubectl, helm, and kustomize and is also used to deploy and manage clusters.

vm sizes and pricing
NEONKUBE currently runs on 64-bit AMD/Intel based virtual machines with at least 2 vCPUs and 8GB RAM. VMs with 2 vCPUs may be used for control-plane nodes and we don't charge any extra fees for these. Worker nodes require instance sizes with at least 4 vCPUs and 8GB RAM and you may also use these for control-plane nodes. NEONKUBE charges an additional (US) $0.02/hour for each vCPU for virtual machine sizes with 4 or more vCPUs (for both worker and control-plane nodes)



Operating System

Linux/Unix, Ubuntu 22.04

Delivery Methods

  • Amazon Machine Image

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