Glasskube enables automatic installation and updates for popular open source software solutions to help organisations reclaim their digital sovereignty.

Infrastructure Software for Kubernetes Dev-Ops

Especially for media companies, data protection and information security are relevant topics. In addition, it is often not possible to obtain important raw data for publishers. To solve this problem, self-hosted open source solutions are used, which brings new challenges.

With the Glasskube open source Kubernetes operator, DSGVO-compliant alternatives for website analytics, CRM or appointment booking software can be installed and kept up-to-date in your own Kubernetes cluster in no time.

Want to try it out for yourselves? Our fellows are offering free Kubernetes cluster and Glasskube operator setup support right now.

The Open Source Solution


Many media companies need support in running open source software to gain full data control over their raw data, enable appropriate analytics and automate data protection issues.


An open source infrastructure software that simplifies the operation of open source software and allows users to keep the data in their own control and not share it with third-party service providers.


A Kubernetes operator is often used to automate DevOps processes. However, there is no such operator for most open source tools. With Glasskube we want to develop a Kubernetes operator for Matomo and other open source tools.

Fellows of the project

The team behind Glasskube already has several years of experience in running open source applications in Kubernetes clusters and now wants to share their knowledge with others to accelerate the deployment of open source software.

Philip Miglinci

Philip studied Business Informatics and Biomedical Engineering at the Vienna University of Technology. Afterwards he gained experience as CTO in a B2B SaaS company. Through numerous large customer projects and IT audits he realized the relevance of information security as well as data control and the importance of open source software, which he also deals with in his spare time.

When Philip is not developing new features, you can find the hobby triathlete either in the water, on his bike or running. 🏃‍♂️


Jakob Steiner

Jakob studies Software and Information Engineering at the Vienna University of Technology and has been an open source evangelist for years. When he's not programming his weather app for Android in his free time, you can find him either in the climbing gym or playing music.