Managed Kubernetes

Manage your workloads with ease
Managed Kubernetes

The simple way to manage container workloads

Using Kubernetes unlocks a world of potential. However, the implementation and maintenance, management, constant updates, and general monitoring are task-intensive and complex.

In order to get the best out of Kubernetes, it will need its own management.

Fully integrated persistent storage

Using the default CSI-based StorageClass, running stateful applications is as easy as running a simple stateless web server. Persistent volumes (PV) are automatically created through a persistent volume claim (PVC) and attached to your worker nodes running your pods.

Designed to be fault tolerant, your volume will even be migrated in case of a node failure. Based on the redundant storage architecture of our Cloud, persistent storage is not a source of frustration with a Mondoze Managed Kubernetes cluster.

High-resilience infrastructure

Mondoze Managed Kubernetes clusters support multiple node pools spread across numerous data centers. Redundant distribution of pods and service create a highly fault-tolerant architecture and guarantees the highest availability of a cluster.

Since the control plane is also designed to be highly available and geo-redundant, a cluster survives — even in the event of total data center failure.
Managed Kubernetes brings K8s to life
Managed Kubernetes facilitates the fully automated setup of Kubernetes clusters. Several clusters can also be quickly and easily deployed, for example to set up staging environments, and then deleted again if necessary.
Kubernetes also significantly simplifies and carefully supports the automation of CI/CD pipelines in terms of testing and deployment.
Our managed solution offers maximum transparency and control of the K8S cluster. This includes:
Security Fixes
Automatic updates of security fixes
Versioning & Upgrade Management
Version and upgrade provisioning
Top Availability
Highly-available and geo-redundant control plane
Admin API Access
Full cluster admin-level access to Kubernetes API

Visual cluster and node pool management

Not only can Managed Kubernetes be comfortably administered through the Kubernetes API, it is also an integral part of our Data Center Designer. Using the DC Designer you can create clusters, create node pools or delete them directly—all from the graphical user interface of our Cloud.

Integration within the DC Designer rounds out your Kubernetes deployment options in the Cloud environment and makes it possible to get an overview of the existing Managed Kubernetes Clusters at any time.

Easy integration of cloud-native solutions

Managed Kubernetes is a complete (i.e. as standard as possible) “vanilla” Kubernetes as defined by the CNCF (Cloud Native Computing Foundation). K8s is most effective when it can interact with a wide range of complementary services (such as istio, linkerd, Prometheus, Traefik, Envoy, fleuntd, rook, and many others) that are connected via APIs. Mondoze Cloud users can install the additional services of their choice themselves.

Free up valuable resources for your DevOps team

Managed Kubernetes is a free service. This includes deployment, admin, security and updating of the geo-redundant Kubernetes control plane you design, as well as the maintenance and updates to the system environment of the worker nodes.

You purchase only the infrastructure you need, such as number of cores, RAM, storage and traffic, according to usage you require. The control plane is executed on its own (virtual) machine instances. There are no costs for the master node.
Your container’s computing and storage resources
1 Core
Choose between AMD & Intel® Core™


per hour



per hour

1 GB Storage

Choose between HDD & SSD
per 30 days

1 GB Traffic

Free incoming & internal traffic
Provision and deploy K8s clusters in a matter of minutes
1. Quick registration
Create your admin account in just a few simple steps. Secured with 2-factor authentication.
2. Simple setup
Create your node pools in the DC Designer hassle-free. Provision and deploy your first container quickly and easily using admin API access.
3. Ready to go
Once the configuration is finished, you can start operating within a few minutes.
Managed Kubernetes
FAQ – Frequently asked questions
How is your Managed Kubernetes different from the services offered by AWS and Azure?

Mondoze, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, the Google Cloud Platform and other cloud providers offer Kubernetes-as-a-Service. However, their aims and approaches sometimes vary considerably. The quality of service and the platform’s stability, performance, and active participation within the cloud-native community are all distinguishing factors.

We focus on managed services that simplify the use of software containers and Kubernetes as an orchestration tool. Our Cloud prides itself in particular on its proximity to the end-user. The user’s feedback is continuously incorporated into Managed Kubernetes’ further development.

How is the price for the K8s solution calculated?

Mondoze offers Managed Kubernetes as a free service. You only pay for computing and storage resources that the Kubernetes nodes need for containers. There are only four price points:

  • Computing: cores from $0.0240 per hour
  • RAM: $0.0071 per GB per hour
  • Block Storage: from $0.0533 per GB per 30 days (choose from HDD or SSD)
  • Traffic: from $0.09 per GB outgoing data transfer
How does the service benefit my DevOps processes?

Kubernetes is a great tool. Mondoze makes it much simpler to use by taking on time-consuming processes such as updates.

Managed Kubernetes from Mondoze offers you:

  • stable and reliable container management
  • more flexibility and agility for faster feature roll-outs, services and fixes
  • easy scalability and adjustments in real-time
  • resources conservation, since less specialized personnel is required
  • more efficiency and less effort because there are no proprietary, labor-intensive add-ons
  • a constant feedback process, making Kubernetes even more useful for you
  • Kubernetes clusters, which can be created either via API or set up with our graphical Data Center Designer (DCD) and clearly displayed
  • self-repairing nodes and extensive API calls for a comprehensive overview