Reign Over Complex Stacks of Software
- Make the unpredictable predictable. Give end users the means to architect solutions using a consistent method.
- Lose the painstaking process for deploying IT resources using automation
- Fulfill compliance via a built-in, automated feature rather than a manual process
WE GET WHERE YOU’RE COMING FROM
You’ve got software and complex applications that you need to deploy, and no time to waste. Your team has to grapple with the entire service lifecycle, and you need to be able to depend on an accurate build that holds up under compliance scrutiny.
Here’s a relief: architecting solutions in a repeatable, compliant fashion can be a breeze. CloudBolt automates the deployment of storage, network, and compute across multiple servers and clouds, bringing your end users a consistent experience. Users gain access to the resources they need in an always compliant manner, with full visibility into management tasks post-provisioning.
How CloudBolt Makes It Happen
CloudBolt uses blueprints to support IT in creating repeatable processes for delivering servers and services. All processes for deployment get encapsulated into a blueprint, allowing users to order multiple services using one method. IT can make blueprints available to users via a catalog, enabling them to instantiate their own resources.
CloudBolt blueprints make anything-as-a-service (XaaS) deliverable via its catalog. It maintains the governance and controls required to avoid overruns, supports any cloud environment you choose, and comes with broad technical support.
As jobs are executed on behalf of the system and users in CloudBolt, events are triggered that administrators handle with their own scripts that extend the job workflow. These extensions can be used to enforce expiration dates, integrate with external systems during provisioning, fetch configuration parameters from APIs, and much more.
An important aspect of any enterprise cloud is to be able to enforce policy and enforce compliance when required. The CloudBolt Rules Engine can be used to define conditions across any cloud and supply remediation steps that take place if these conditions are met. This can be used to trigger autoscaling of a service and ensure AWS VMs have required tags.
The ability to deliver complete services that combine any combination of servers, network components, and scripts is a central theme to the CloudBolt Catalog. CloudBolt takes the concept of blueprints a step further by providing the ability to define management and teardown actions on these blueprints to manage the complete service lifecycle.