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Quick Start

See our Cookbooks/Ethereum section on our docs site for a quick start guide on how to deploy an Ethereum beacon and you'll get familiar with the platform in no time.

Start with Reading the Platform Overview

This section covers the system elements for the platform, and how they work together. It also shows you the code that applies these concepts to the platform.

Then Learn zK8s Client & APIs

Learn how to use the zK8s client and APIs to build your own infrastructure using only Go code and YAML templates.

Generate an API Key

Prerequisites: You'll need to generate an API key from the access panel if you don't have an existing one.


Want to see a video?

Sui Node Deployment using DigitalOcean Local NVMe on Kubernetes

1-Click Upgrading a Fleet of zK8s Apps on AWS, GCP, & DigitalOcean

Checkout our YouTube channel for more videos on how to use the power of Zeus to build your own infrastructure.

Want to follow a tutorial?

Option 1: Easy - Build an Ethereum Beacon on zK8s

This design process covers how to build an Ethereum Beacon using Go code for zK8s, and how to deploy it on Zeus. Even a complete beginner can follow along.

Option 2: Medium - Learn Best Practices: Rapid Infra Development on zK8s

This design process covers how I packaged a Cosmos node on Zeus within one day.

Option 3: Easy-Medium - Follow a Cookbook Recipe

...and build infra using only Go code and a YAML template base.

Option 4: Easiest - Tailored one on one help by schedule.

Feel free to email us at or schedule an expert and talk to us directly!

Deploy a Free Trial Cluster

You can deploy any* one app for evaluation purposes without a credit card. It will delete itself after one hour, unless you add billing before then.

* that costs $500/mo or less without a credit card

Top-k questions about the platform

What is the difference between a cluster and an app?

The app is the naming convention for the underlying codebase, e.g. they're Postgres apps, but we still need disk, ram, a place to deploy it and so on. Some postgres apps need sharded configs, etc.

In the context of configuration

App == Postgres Family & Derivative Configs
Cluster == Specific Postgres Version + Disk + RAM + CPU + Ingress + DNS + Load Balancer + etc.

A Cluster topology is a complete underlying infrastructure hierarchy that binds at least one fully deployable zK8s app.

But in the context of the platform dashboard

Clusters == Where you can view your live Kubernetes namespaces, locations, app details, and can manage some DevOps tasks.

And in the context of Kubernetes

Cluster == meaning it is is a set of nodes that run containerized applications.
Node == VM or physical machine that Kubernetes runs containers on.

What is the difference between a cluster and a topology?

Class Topologies:  Base, Cluster, Matrix, Network-Orchestration 

A topology is a class specified and well defined unit of infrastructure that can be anywhere from a single standalone microservice to a fully orchestrated network topology. These are all covered in the platform overview in detail with code examples, check them out there!

What's the difference between zK8s apps and regular Kubernetes workloads?

None, they're completely equivalent. We just call them zK8s apps since we also build hierarchical rules on top of them. We also let you code and unit test them with strongly typed Go code as an alternative to messy templated Helm charts in YAML, that everyone is afraid to touch, and for good reason.

On-Demand Pricing vs Reserved Pricing vs Spot

On-demand pricing is the price you pay for guaranteed resources you can provision on demand. These are more ideal for short term workload spikes, development purposes, or low traffic apps.

Spot pricing offers significant discounts up to 70% on compute resources, but they are not guaranteed. If you're running a workload that isn't mission critical, and can be interrupted, then spot pricing is a great way to save money. We can help you figure out when it makes sense to use spot instances, and when it doesn't.

If you can reasonably forecast spending for at least 1-month reach out to us, and we can get you a better deal on reserved compute through a variety of options

I currently use GitOps, how do I keep a GitOps flow with Zeus?

The Easy Way

Add the Upload Chart Call as CI/CD Stage

Like in this test case

func (t *RedisCookbookTestSuite) TestUploadRedis() {
_, rerr := redisClusterDefinition.UploadChartsFromClusterDefinition(ctx, t.ZeusTestClient, true)
Add the Deployment Call as the following CI/CD Stage

Full example here

func (t *RedisCookbookTestSuite) TestDeployRedis() {
cdep := redisClusterDefinition.GenerateDeploymentRequest()

_, err := t.ZeusTestClient.DeployCluster(ctx, cdep)

It will then replace it with your most recent upload, and deploy it to your cluster. All infrastructure definitions are immutable upon creation and each has a unique id, so you can always reference it by that id and use that for version control, it is also unix timestamped. You can also hash the workload definition and use that as a version control and for integrity checks.

I currently use ...X Cloud or DevOps platform, how would I migrate to Zeus, I don't have time to learn a new tool?

We'll help you migrate your existing infrastructure to Zeus, and we'll help migrate it for you as part of an enterprise contract. We'll also help you otherwise, but we'll prioritize enterprise customers first, then by FIFO. You'll be surprised at how easy & fast it is.

Do Enterprise & Private Clusters work with the UI?

Yes, and only your org's authorized users will be able to see, access, or modify any of your private clusters.

Can I use my startup credits on AWS, GCP, Azure, DigitalOcean, etc.?

Yes, but only for Enterprise & Private Clusters.

How do I get Prometheus metrics for my app?

Send us an email. There's some on-boarding steps required to get access to Prometheus metrics via PromQL that we'll need to send you. We're working on automating this process, but for now it's semi-manual.

Can I use this to build a serverless technology?

Yes. Contact us for more details on our ultra low latency serverless Thunderbolts program, and how you can use them to build your own serverless technology such as GPU accelerated serverless functions, or serverless databases. We'll be releasing more details about these publicly when they've been iterated on enough to package a release meant for a wider audience.

I don't see many On-Demand choices for GPUs, why?

You'll need to contact us for full GPU access via our search API and app deployment dashboard. There's some additional steps required to get access to GPUs. Don't worry though the process is easy, it requires a short manual review due to high cost and availability constraints.

Do I need to understand Kubernetes?

No, you don't need to understand Kubernetes in much detail to use Zeus, but we do recommend reading up on some basics though for the best experience and scheduling an expert on-boarding session with us and we'll to get you up to speed, we even have free cloud credits dedicated for educational purposes for those who simply want to learn Kubernetes you should definitely ask us about if you're interested!

We've abstracted away the complexity of Kubernetes to the point where you really only need to know a few keywords and concepts to be competent in nearly every aspect of managing your DevOps & Infra via API and Dashboard on the platform. However, unlike other platforms, we don't make up terminology to hide the underlying Kubernetes system, we use the same terminology as Kubernetes, so that you can use well understood terminology if you ever transition to needing more powerful Kubernetes features, without having to re-haul your entire system.

I'd recommend this technical reference book, which contains just the right amount of detail to get you up to speed while leaving room for you to learn more if you want to.

Kubernetes in Action Second Edition 1st, or 2nd ed. Edition

by Marko Lukša

Closing Remarks

You're ready to get started with Zeusfyi, though we'd love for you to recommend us to your friends and colleagues, since our ads budget has been undergoing budget cuts so that we can focus on building the best product possible for you. Ever seen infra be this easy? We hadn't either, so we built it to empower you, the builders.

We're glad you made it this far, and hope you enjoy the platform as much as we do.

We're excited to see what you build with it

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