Container Management

Offers configuring, managing, and deployment of containers to enable the deployment of cloud-native applications seamlessly. It includes the setup, installation, and patching of Kubernetes (K8s) pods and containers, monitoring, and performance optimization.

Native Kubernetes

UnityOneCloud comes packaged with managed native Kubernetes as a Service that helps to install, configure, patch, and update Kubernetes. This in turn helps us to deliver high performance managed Kubernetes cluster as a Service.

It also helps to manage various services, provide multicloud container management, and monitor all multicloud container service on one seamless pane of glass.


The Kubernetes Engine provides a high level of flexibility for an organization using containers and microservices. It is possible to run the containers on-premises, in the Google cloud and in all other environments that support Kubernetes. Google boosts the ability to deploy a cluster in seconds and update the production code seamlessly. The platform supports an array of features, including identity and access management, auto-scaling, auto-upgrading, stateful application support, docker image support, workload portability, and various security and compliance features.

AWS Elastic Kubernetes Service

Any number of AWS accounts can be managed via UnityOneCloud. The assets are displayed under different categories in terms of tabs. The Instances tab displays all EC2 instances with a variety of action buttons such as Stop/Start, Terminate, Create Image, etc.

Monitoring stats can also be viewed if it is enabled. By default, AWS CloudWatch monitoring graphs can be visualized.

You can manage several accounts using one window and visualize the health of different instances and corresponding network elements. This platform also provides a real-time representation of instances, snapshots, volumes, S3, auto-scaling groups, security groups, devices, and users.

Azure Kubernetes Service

Our Kubernetes controller can be used to display Pods and Containers with CPU/Memory usage. Users can also see the list of resources, VM, and containers under different tabs of UnityOneCloud.

Multiple Azure accounts can be managed using UnityOneCloud and there is an option to view resources by different types, locations, categories, and plans.