Manage complete service lifecycle using CloudBolt
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CloudBolt streamlines lifecycle management so you can focus on strategic activities
Automate orchestration actions and leave behind the manual processes
In a recent PagerDuty survey, 56% of participants believed that increased complexity results in cognitive load2. The more technologies you add to your service portfolio, the more friction and resistance for users. This also adds to your burden of integrating various services and make them easy to consume.
CloudBolt simplifies orchestration of these services so that you can automate actions for your users. For instance, you can create triggers for any action that your user takes, simplifying job workflows. Plus, you can enforce expiration dates, integrate with external systems, fetch configuration parameters from APIs, etc. This flexibility provides the ability to offer more automated orchestration saving time, effort, and making the user experience more consistent.
Deploy and manage complete service lifecycle with CloudBolt blueprints
Once you try self-service IT using CloudBolt, you envision your IT in a different light. The power of CloudBolt blueprints help you break the shackles of a manual provisioning process with a few clicks. You can deliver complete services that combine any combination of servers, network components, and other services. This can be done through simple yet powerful multi-tiered blueprints.
Take the concept of blueprints a step further by defining management and teardown actions on these blueprints to manage the complete service lifecycle. You can execute day–two management activities such modify a server, pause it, or create a snapshot with a few clicks.
Set powerful policies to stay compliant with CloudBolt’s rules engine
As you move towards a more automated and streamlined IT experience, non-compliance always lurks around the corner. To tackle this, set policies and rules proactively to define guardrails for your users. CloudBolt’s rules engine helps you define conditions across any cloud and add remediation steps when those conditions are met. For example, when there are untagged resources in AWS they will fail to provision, or you get an alert.
It’s another powerful weapon for your governance arsenal. Policies ensure nothing goes out of compliance as your users add more services. Provide a complete self-service experience without losing sleep. Help yourself with compliance and curb costs using CloudBolt rules engine.