Are you under pressure to deliver more value from technology? Thinking about replatforming your applications or developing new cloud-native apps? Looking to experiment with cloud-native services and demonstrate proof-of-value for modernization – without long, tedious planning cycles and a high price tag?
Cloudreach’s Kubernetes Launchpad is designed to help your enterprise experience the benefits of cloud-native application development by rapidly deploying a ready-to-manage DevOps platform and modernizing an application – complete with upskilling resources to springboard additional modernization cycles. This high-impact software and services package lets you explore, experiment with and effectively adopt cloud-native services to unlock innovation within your business – and offers favorable access to funding programs from cloud service providers Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and Microsoft Azure.
Our pre-built Kubernetes platform templates for AWS, GCP and Azure help you cut through planning cycles and reduce cloud-native application delivery times from months to just weeks.
Hands-on experience and upskilling prepares you for day-2 management of the DevOps platform and containerized applications.
Kubernetes Launchpad uses cloud service providers’ best practices, including built in security concepts and preferred CI tooling – so it’s production-grade before your first workload goes live.
A ready-to-manage DevOps platform and pilot containerized application enables you to continue along your modernization journey.
We partner with AWS, GCP and Microsoft Azure to provide hands-on practical experience using Kubernetes to build and deploy containers.
After assessing your container readiness, we outline adoption considerations and provide a high-level ROI and next steps for replatforming.
We architect, deploy and configure a best practices Kubernetes cluster, containerize and deploy your proof-of-concept application and configure existing CI/CD tools to support the platform and application.
We provide guidance and documentation for cluster deployment and maintenance to enable your ongoing modernization efforts.
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Kubernetes Launchpad delivers rapid modernization proof-of-value
Develop new cloud-native apps or modernize existing ones with our pre-built Kubernetes accelerator