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The Red Kubes team are constantly innovating the Otomi platform and we love to share the new features. This is where we will show you what we have worked on. Have a look at the new stuff we have engineered lately or just ask the team for a full demo and tour of Otomi and all it's features.

Otomi adds a complete suite of opensource tools for Kubernetes enabling platform engineers to automate route to live for developers. Developers are up to 40% more productive and businesses accelerate software delivery and innovation.

Otomi, a Production Ready Developer Platform for Kubernetes brings an enhanced developer experience to any Kubernetes cluster. One package with integrated and pre-configured applications, automation, developer self-service and a high security posture out-of-the-box.

How to Set Up a Cross-Platform Video Conferencing Service with Argo CD and Jitsi on KubernetesIn this video, we will show you how to set up a cross-platform video conferencing service using Argo CD and Jitsi on Kubernetes.We will start by installing a Kubernetes cluster with Otomi. Then, we will enable Argo CD and create a new app to deploy Jitsi.

We have now introduced the automated app enablement within Otomi of apps which are dependant of each other. Demonstrated here through the enablement of Thanos which then automatically triggers the enablement of Prometheus, Grafana and Minio.

Newly implemented feature how Otomi and GitRepo remain in sync. Otomi is an open source platform for managing Kubernetes clusters. It allows you to deploy, manage, and monitor your applications on Kubernetes.A solution has been created to keep Otomi and Git in sync. This solution checks the two every two minutes to see if they are still in sync. If they are not, the changes are automatically synced.

How to Set Up a Wildcard Certificate in Otomi Container PlatformIn this video, I will show you how to set up a wildcard certificate in the Otomi container platform. A wildcard certificate is a type of certificate that can be used to secure multiple subdomains of a domain name. This can be useful for organizations that have a large number of subdomains, such as a company with a website and multiple applications.

How to Render Otomi Values Without Compromising Passwords and Tokens. In this video, Jeho demonstrates how to render Otomi values without compromising passwords and tokens. This is an important security best practice that can help to protect your sensitive information. By following the steps in this video, you can easily render Otomi values without secrets and improve the security of your environment.

How to Use Team Projects in Otomi. In this video, Ferruh demonstrates how to use the Team Projects function in Otomi. Team projects are a way to organize and manage your application components, such as builds, workloads, and services. They provide a streamlined approach to development by allowing you to define your application through a user-friendly wizard automating many manual activities for developers

In this video, Ani, a platform engineer at Red Kubes, demonstrates the new TTY console feature in Otomi version 0.22. The TTY console is a secure and convenient way to access your Kubernetes cluster without the need to expose the Kube API to the public internet.

In this video, Ani, a platform engineer at Red Kubes, demonstrates how to configure CNAMEs for Otomi services. CNAMEs allow you to map a domain name to an Otomi service. This can be useful for making your services more accessible and for improving your SEO.

In this video, Ani, a platform engineer at Red Kubes, demonstrates how to configure CNAMEs for Otomi services with TLS termination. TLS termination is the process of decrypting and encrypting traffic between a client and a server. This can be useful for securing your services and making them more accessible