Key Features

Disaster Recovery
Disaster Recovery

Stateful application backup and restore for Disaster Recovery

Data Mobility and Migration
Data Mobility & Migration

Secure application & data management and migration across on-prem, private and public clouds

Multi-cluster Application 
                Deployment
Multi-cluster Application Deployment

Stateful application deployment across multi-cluster & multi-cloud

Drag & Drop CI/CD 
                Workflow Manager
Drag & Drop CI/CD Workflow Manager

Simplified UI for complex CI/CD pipeline configuration & deployment

Pricing

Community Edition

Free
  • CLUSTER(S)
    Unlimited
  • NODES
    Up to 10 nodes
  • TRIAL PERIOD
    Always FREE
  • SUPPORT
    Community Support
  • Try for FREE

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Step 1: Start k3d local instance

Prerequisites: docker and k3d are installed

Enter the following command:

k3d create -n dev -p 80:80 -p 443:443 --wait=0


export KUBECONFIG="$(k3d get-kubeconfig --name='dev')"


kubectl cluster-info

Note: The Kubernetes cluster "dev" has been created locally

Step 2: Install CAPE

By running the following command, I have read and agree to CAPE privacy policy, terms of service and end user license agreement

kubectl apply -f https://cape.sh/install/simple.yaml


kubectl set env deploy/web CAPE_ACCEPT_TOS=true -n cape

Step 3: Access CAPE UI

Enter the following command:

kubectl -n cape wait --for=condition=available --timeout=600s deployment/web

Please wait for CAPE deployment to complete and open a new tab with the following URL: http://127.0.0.1.nip.io

Supported Platforms

on-prem
On-Prem
edge
Edge