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🎊 We've changed our name from Ddosify to Anteon! 🚀

⚙ Deployment

There are various deployment options for:

🏠 Anteon Self-hosted

Service Map
Anteon automatically generates a Service Map of your K8s cluster without code instrumentation or sidecars. So you can easily find the bottlenecks in your system. Red lines indicate the high latency between services.

If you need a web-based user interface with Performance Testing, and Kubernetes Monitoring capabilities and want to maintain it on your own, Anteon Self-hosted is the right choice for you.

Check out the Anteon Self-hosted guide for reference. You can also deploy Anteon Self-hosted on AWS Marketplace.

🚀 Anteon Engine

Anteon quick start
With Anteon Engine you can simulate and load test your endpoints on your terminal without writing code.

If you need CLI-based load testing tool, Anteon Engine is an open-source and high-performance load testing tool, written in Golang.

Check out the Anteon Engine Installation guide for reference.

🐝 Anteon eBPF Agent (Alaz)

If you use Kubernetes Monitoring either on Anteon Cloud or Anteon Self-hosted, the Anteon eBPF Agent (Alaz) must be installed as a Daemonset on your Kubernetes cluster. The system resources are limited to 1 CPU core and 1Gi Memory per K8s node, so it it very lightweight.

Check out the Alaz GitHub repository for reference.

☁️ Anteon Cloud

If you need a complete SaaS solution for Performance Testing worldwide and Kubernetes Monitoring and do not want to manage the services, Anteon Cloud is the right choice.

Check out the Anteon Cloud guide for reference.


If you require assistance with deploying Anteon, you can join our Discord or send an email to [email protected].