Simloud has launched a new Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform to automate the lifecycle of microservices. It monitors business performance, troubleshoots, and uses centralized logging. The cloud-based system is ideal for agile and disruptive businesses as it reduces the time required for DevOps and cloud vendor costs.
The newly launched platform is aimed at businesses who want to embrace the digital transformation quickly. It can help business owners who are being left behind because of outdated technologies, infrastructure, and digital systems. It overcomes the problem faced by business owners, which is the fact it can take 12 months to onboard to the cloud.
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Migrating to the cloud is not only time-consuming it can also be expensive. Organizations have to employ DevOps experts and may face extended downtime. The new Simloud platform helps business owners navigate technical and architectural complexities efficiently. All business owners must do is provide the code.
Cloud maintenance is included as part of the newly launched platform as the individuals behind it understand the need for routine version and infrastructure updates. This helps the website to achieve peak performance and cope with demand. After the infrastructure has been built, the user has access to a comprehensive dashboard.
It enables them to monitor the cloud environment, resources, compliance, cost management, and areas where savings could be made. Simloud is designed for microservices architecture including dockers, Kubernetes (K8s), serverless, and front-end one-page applications.
Advantages of using microservices via the Simloud platform include the fact DevOps teams can be disruptive, agile, and nimble. Microservices perform a specific function and operate independently, which makes them flexible and easy to test. Scalability is important to many online business owners as it can help them grow their business. Microservices offer scalability without the need to compromise on cost or timescales.
An inexperienced DevOps manager will spend a considerable amount of time building a microservice architecture application. It can be challenging, as many elements can go wrong. The new Simloud platform takes on the role of the DevOps manager. This allows business owners to focus on the day-to-day operations.
A satisfied customer wrote: “To achieve a professional, stable, secured, and cloud-agnostic architecture with centralized log-in, centralized monitoring, CI/CD, Vault, K8S, and Lambdas with cost prediction and cost optimization functionally, I would have needed to hire a team of DevOps specialized in so many cloud fields. Using Simloud, I created an environment in less than an hour.”
To find out more, interested parties are encouraged to visit https://simloud.com
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