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What's New with Crossplane v1.16?

Crossplane reinvented for the enterprise cloud

Manage your entire cloud infrastructure — any cloud provider and any abstraction — from one single point of control, harnessing the power of Crossplane for the enterprise cloud.

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Crossplane: The cloud native control plane framework

Crossplane gives organizations the power to build control planes without needing to write code. Use Crossplane to build cloud native infrastructure resource abstractions, exposed over a stable API.

Growing with Crossplane

Organizations who adopt cloud best practices assign business units to designated cloud accounts, which encapsulate all the cloud resources required for a line-of-business application. One Crossplane won’t be enough–to enforce this isolation and tenancy model, you need to run one Crossplane per cloud account boundary.

Falling into the pit of success: Crossplane sprawl

As usage grows and new teams adopt the platform, platform teams find they have to spend more of their time managing Crossplane operations (its lifecycle, scaling, component upgrades, and more) and less time getting to focus on the development of their cloud native platforms.

Upbound: use Crossplane – don’t operate it.

Adopting Upbound enables you to offload the lifecycle management and core operations of Crossplane to those who know the best about how to run it. With Upbound’s product covering core lifecycle operations and out-of-box integrations, your team can get back to focusing on what they do best: building your cloud native platform – not operating Crossplane.

Crossplane: The cloud native control plane framework

Crossplane gives organizations the power to build control planes without needing to write code. Use Crossplane to build cloud native infrastructure resource abstractions, exposed over a stable API.

Growing with Crossplane

Organizations who adopt cloud best practices assign business units to designated cloud accounts, which encapsulate all the cloud resources required for a line-of-business application. One Crossplane won’t be enough–to enforce this isolation and tenancy model, you need to run one Crossplane per cloud account boundary.

Falling into the pit of success: Crossplane sprawl

As usage grows and new teams adopt the platform, platform teams find they have to spend more of their time managing Crossplane operations (its lifecycle, scaling, component upgrades, and more) and less time getting to focus on the development of their cloud native platforms.

Upbound: use Crossplane – don’t operate it.

Adopting Upbound enables you to offload the lifecycle management and core operations of Crossplane to those who know the best about how to run it. With Upbound’s product covering core lifecycle operations and out-of-box integrations, your team can get back to focusing on what they do best: building your cloud native platform – not operating Crossplane.

Control planes: A better way to think about your infrastructure

You’re not sure how you got here: Years of DevOps has led to pushing all work to app engineers. Increasing infrastructure complexity and lack of standardization has led to slow velocity and a brittle system. Costs are creeping. And velocity is slow. Sound familiar? You need a control plane.

A Cloud Native Platform Leveraging Control Planes Gives You:

Security

No more cowboying. Get consistency across teams

Velocity

Ship more and ship faster

Tech Modernization

GitOps everything + ease adoption through abstraction

Multi-Cloud

Enable workload portability, burst + repatriation

The benefits of Crossplane. The scalability of Upbound.

With managed control planes, platform teams can scale to tens of thousands of resources with confidence. Get centralized control of any cloud service providers and any cloud native tools.

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