Codezero, the Kubernetes platform developed by former Microsoft executive Narayan Sainaney, has announced its 2.0 version.
The platform enables users to quickly and easily create Kubernetes clusters, which can then be tested and debugged in simulated collaborative environments. This innovative method, known as “Omni-Dev,” promises to accelerate development while lowering bugs and security breaches. It offers unprecedented visibility and interaction.
Industry heavyweights like Marty Weiner, the former CTO of Reddit, and Nick Caldwell, the former general manager of Twitter, have already endorsed Codezero. These recommendations emphasize the platform’s potential to revolutionize the software development industry.