Containers on Kubernetes empower your application developers = shift-left.



Containers are transforming the way IT Organizations are deploying applications. Containers are very lightweight, easy to build, easy to transport, and quickly provisioned.

Docker containers have been around for roughly ten years. Container concepts like LXC and zones have been used in the Unix community long before that.

More and more companies are embracing Docker and Kubernetes, as this combo allows very rapid application deployments. CI/CD implementations are much easier to achieve, as the Docker Image format simplifies packaging and the container runtime greatly simplifies running containers. The container orchestration technology area and its ecosystem, organized by CNCF, is growing rapidly and bringing out new innovations at a rapid pace.

Here are some of the container software and frameworks which copebit focuses on and has experience with:


  • Docker
  • CRIO


  • Kubernetes
  • ECS
  • ECS Fargate


  • AWS
  • Google
  • Pivotal PKS


  • Fluentd/Fluentbit
  • Prometheus
  • Grafana
  • AppDynamics
  • Graylog

Software-defined Networking

  • NSX-T
  • Calico
  • Canal
  • Cilium

Programming Languages

  • Java
  • NodeJS
  • Python
  • PHP


  • Cockroach
  • PostgreSQL
  • MongoDB

Other Kubernetes Addons

  • Helm
  • Istio
  • Vault

We have built production Kubernetes environments, integrated them into CICD pipelines (Jenkins, AWS Code-Pipeline, GCP Cloud Build), and can help you achieve the same.