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A flexible and easy way to connect and extend enterprise applications in a cloud-native world
What is Kyma?
Kyma is an open-source project designed natively on Kubernetes. It allows you to extend and customize cloud-based and on-premise enterprise applications in a quick and modern way, using serverless computing or microservice architecture.
Kyma provides a set of cloud-native components and services required to build modern, end-to-end user experience scenarios that follow a best-practices approach to performance, scalability, efficiency, and security. Use the familiar, idiomatic language and standardized patterns that Kyma offers to extend a single enterprise application or combine existing systems to create new functionalities.Get it on GitHub
What makes Kyma so special?
Major open-source and cloud-native projects, such as Istio, NATS, Kubeless, and Prometheus, constitute the cornerstone of Kyma. Its uniqueness, however, lies in the "glue" that holds these components together. Kyma collects those cutting-edge solutions in one place and combines them with the in-house developed features that allow you to connect and extend your enterprise applications easily and intuitively.Read the Docs
- Simplifies and secures the connection between external systems and Kyma
- Registers external Events and APIs in the Service Catalog and simplifies the API usage
- Provides asynchronous communication with services and lambdas deployed in Kyma through Events
- Manages secure access to external systems
- Provides monitoring and tracing capabilities to facilitate operational aspects
- Ensures quick deployments following a lambda function approach
- Enables scaling independent of the core applications
- Gives a possibility to revert changes without causing production system downtime
- Supports the complete asynchronous programming model
- Offers loose coupling of Event providers and consumers
- Enables flexible application scalability and availability
- Connects services from external sources
- Unifies the consumption of internal and external services thanks to compliance with the Open Service Broker standard
- Provides a standardized approach to managing the API consumption and access
- Eases the development effort by providing a catalog of API and Event documentation to support automatic client code generation