Become self-serving

and deliver code autonomously


Deploy workloads on Kubernetes without writing YAML manifests

All The Tools You Need

Get all the tools for visibility, logging and security delivered out-of-the-box

Self Service

Self-serve everything you need and deliver code autonomously



Removing the complexity

With the developer self-service in Otomi, you can create a Service, fill in the image you would like to deploy, and add a hostname for the public URL. Otomi then deploys your app and provides an URL where you can directly access your application. Everything needed to configure public access is automatically done for you. It’s not necessary to use specific add-ons for ingress, SSO, or creating certificates. And no Kubernetes YAML manifests are required. With Otomi, you can deploy containerized apps on Kubernetes without needing to understand or learn Kubernetes. Otomi Container Platform makes Kubernetes a true point-and-click affair.



All the tools you need

Otomi provides developers with all the tools they need. After deploying your app you can directly see all the container logs (Loki) and metrics (Prometheus). We have added a couple of default (Grafana) dashboards but you can also create your own. Using the Web Console you can add a service monitor to collect custom metrics and use them in your dashboards. Next to logs and metrics, you will also get access tools like Kubeapps to quickly deploy apps from a catalog and Hashicorp Vault to store and manage secrets. Secrets stored in Vault can directly be used in your deployments. Developers also by default get access to a project in Harbor and can directly see possible vulnerabilities in container images.



Best practices & safeguards, but no lock-in

Otomi offers you the ability to immediately start deploying applications on Kubernetes and configure public exposure. This gives developers a jump start to get apps running on Kubernetes. But in time you will probably learn more about Kubernetes and start trying out things yourself. Otomi does not force you to use self-service. You can just as easily download the KubeCfg for your team and create and deploy manifests yourself. But Otomi will force you to adhere to the safeguards and comply with best practices.




As a developer, you don’t like to go to the Ops teams asking for help. Otomi provides full developer self-service. Developers can spin up new environments, create pull, TLS, and generic secrets, deploy workloads, create jobs, configure public exposure, add service monitors, and much more. And all of these features are accessible through just one console. Now you can deliver code completely autonomously.

Otomi is open source and can be installed on any Kubernetes cluster. Check out Otomi on GitHub and see all the developer self-service features