Designed for companies that want more visibility into their underlying Kubernetes cluster, Porter’s Enterprise offering exposes the underlying details of the infrastructure to the user to a greater extent than Porter Standard, along with more advanced features and namely the ability to deploy to multiple clusters.

With DevOps mode enabled, get a complete grasp of your underlying Kubernetes cluster and interface directly with Kubernetes objects. Porter Enterprise is available for companies whose resource usage exceeds 40 vCPU and 80 GB RAM at no additional cost. Learn more about our pricing model here.

We do not recommend this option for companies that want the simplest developer experience possible. If you truly don’t want anything to do with DevOps or Kubernetes, you should head to the documentation for Porter Standard.

This Getting Started guide will show you how to deploy your first application on Porter Enterprise.

Provisioning Infrastructure

Porter spins up and manages infrastructure in your own cloud.

Linking Up Application Source

There are two ways to deploy applications on Porter. You can either deploy from your GitHub repository or Docker registry.

Deploying your First Application

Now that you’ve deployed your Porter cluster, you can deploy your first application to the cluster!

If you run into any issues while following these steps, please reach out to us in the private Slack channel that’s offered to all Enterprise users.