Microservices, Containers, and Server-less, Oh My!
Moving to a microservices architecture using Docker or Rocket promises to provide deployment flexibility, giving organizations the ability to move applications through the lifecycle in a standardized fashion. But building and inventorying microservices containers, knowing what versions are deployed where and understanding the dependencies is hard. CloudBees can help.
Manual, error-prone server provisioning and microservices deployments cause friction and slow down delivery.
Difficulty planning, tracking and communicating environment/microservice version status.
Tracking and enforcing approvals as well as ensuring compliance with ITIL processes at scale.
Inability to know “what” is approved to be deployed “where” makes planning and auditing difficult.
Automated provisioning and application deployments eliminates errors and reduces risk, providing predictability at speed.
Shared visibility of health and status of multiple releases eliminates blind-spots, keeps the process moving, and provides auditability.
Approvals gates to control promotion of packages allows auditability without restricting velocity. Integrations with ITSM systems ensures process compliance and visibility.
UI-based automation and dashboards provide at-a-glance visibility for approvals. “Path-to-production” view shows if what is deployed in an environment is compliant with the release manifest.
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