Kubernetes platform Codezero unveils 2.0 at Civo Navigate Europe

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Codezero, the Kubernetes platform developed by former Microsoft executive Narayan Sainaney, has announced its 2.0 version.

The platform allows users to effortlessly create Kubernetes clusters in under ninety seconds, followed by seamless debugging and testing within simulated collaborative environments. This novel approach – referred to as “Omni-Dev” – offers unprecedented visibility and interaction, promising to accelerate development while reducing bugs and security breaches.

Codezero has already garnered the support of industry giants, including Nick Caldwell, former General Manager of Twitter, and Marty Weiner, former CTO of Reddit. These endorsements highlight the platform’s potential to transform the software development landscape.

Reed Clayton, Co-Founder and CEO of Codezero, said:

“We’re proud to join our incredible partners at Civo in extending an invitation to the cloud-native software development community to change the way they work, forever.

Simply put, we make it possible for large teams to get ‘back into garage startup mode’ where they write, test and deploy quickly – together. That’s the dream that, until today, has been like an alternate reality.

We set out to fundamentally fix the broken development process for developer teams across the world, and we think we’ve done just that.”

Attendees at Civo Navigate will have the opportunity to experience Codezero’s 2.0 version firsthand during a live workshop. This hands-on experience will showcase the platform’s capabilities and its potential to revolutionise software development.

Mark Boost, CEO of Civo, expressed his enthusiasm:

“Codezero and Civo share a mission to deliver market-leading experiences for developers. Developers want to work flexibly, with instant access to the resources they need to iterate and fine-tune a solution from testing through to production. 

Codezero tooling, run on Civo’s high-performance and low-cost cloud service, is the realisation of that vision.

Our work together is quickly becoming the market benchmark, showing how developers can be empowered to focus on delivering exceptional software, no longer bogged down by high-cost, unreliable infrastructure.”

With Codezero’s 2.0 version on the horizon, the platform promises to usher in a new era of streamlined development, accelerated deployment, and a new era of collaborative software creation.

Narayan Sainaney, Co-Founder and CTO of Codezero, added: “What we’ve built is a set of tools that allows developers to be exponentially more productive which, in turn, enables companies to deploy products exponentially faster and better with fewer bugs, security breaches, and challenges in the production environment.”

Developers can explore Codezero’s tools by visiting their website here

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