Galactic Fog’s Gestalt Container Management and Serverless Platform Adds Kubernetes Support

Galactic Fog IP, Inc. today announced the fourth major release of its Gestalt platform.

Gestalt is a container management and serverless implementation, built from the ground up to provide companies a clear path to adopt cloud­native technologies while future­proofing their applications and infrastructure.

Galactic Fog’s Gestalt platform delivers the following critical capabilities for enterprises to: Run applications in the most cost­effective way on bare metal, and in virtual or public cloud Seamlessly adopt Serverless and Container technologies Ship applications faster, with much higher reliability and better security Systematically replace legacy technologies, avoiding expensive re­platforming.

The key component of this fourth major release is Kubernetes support for both container management and Gestalt Laser, Galactic Fog’s serverless implementation. “With this release we now have the fastest and most capable serverless implementation on both Kubernetes and DC/OS,” said Anthony Skipper, CEO of Galactic Fog.

In the container management space Gestalt provides enhanced security, federation, policy management, and governance support to DC/OS and Kubernetes. “We like Galactic Fog’s Gestalt framework because it gives us the ability to run complex software, namely our trading exchange, in a cloud­native manner that works resiliently on both bare metal and cloud environments,” said John Betts, CEO Noble Markets LLC.

About Galactic Fog: Galactic Fog was founded in 2015 with the goal of enabling companies to easily build or migrate existing applications to cloud­native architectures. Galactic Fog’s platform is built on open source and foundational components have been released as open source. Galactic Fog is backed by Osage Venture Partners and Newark Venture Partners.