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PaaS Solutions

CI/CD, SaaS, PaaS and OSS Solutions

Platform as a Service (PaaS) or Application Platform as a Service (aPaaS) or platform base service is a category of cloud computing services that provides a platform allowing customers to develop, run, and manage applications without the complexity of building and maintaining the infrastructure typically associated with developing and launching an app. PaaS can be delivered in three ways:
a) as a public cloud service from a provider, where the consumer controls software deployment with minimal configuration options, and the provider provides the networks, servers, storage, operating system (OS), middleware (e.g. Java runtime, .NET runtime, integration, etc.), database and other services to host the consumer's application.
b) as a private service (software or appliance) behind a firewall.
c) as software deployed on a public infrastructure as a service.
We can realize and distribute all three types of ways for the client, because we have experience using them. However, we have certain preferences in the technologies to use. This approach is based on the benefits of technologies and architectural schemes for their use, including the prevalence of implementation technologies. 

We have direction to use the PaaS based on solutions to Docker Containers, Kubernetes and utilities and tools which have relations to them. Docker and Kubernetes are not just in concept. This combination have a practical perspective. Both technologies use a declarative language to define how they will run and orchestrate an app.  You’ll be able to deliver faster, but more importantly, you’ll deliver in a consistent and predictable manner. Docker containers will help you to isolate and pack your software with all its dependencies. And Kubernetes will help you to deploy and orchestrate your containers. This lets you focus on developing new features and fixing bugs more rapidly. Then you’ll notice, at some point, your deployments stop being a big ceremony. 
So, the main thing to remember is this: when you combine Docker and Kubernetes, confidence and productivity increase for everyone.
If a Docker container goes down, Kubernetes will spin up a new one automatically.  Kubernetes will help you to deploy the same way everywhere. Why? Because you just need to say, in a declarative language, how you’d like to run containers. You’ll have a load balancer, a minimum amount of containers running, and the ability to scale up or down only when it’s needed—things that you’d otherwise need to create and configure separately. You’ll have everything you need to run at scale, and you’ll have it all in the same place. But it’s not just that. You can also have the ability now to have your own Kubernetes cluster running locally, thanks to Minikube. Or you can use Docker, because Docker now officially supports Kubernetes.
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BUILD SHIP IT! MONITOR IT! We convert all deployable artifacts (Micro-services, web applications etc) to Docker containers then add these containers to our custom docker registry. COMPILE BUILD CVE SCAN UNIT-TEST INTEGRATE TEAR UP/SYNC INFRA DEPLOY LATEST TO INTEGRATION ACCEPTANCE TESTS LOAD TESTS DEPLOY DEPLOY TO QA EXPLORATORY TESTING DEPLOY TO PRODUCTION

PaaS architecture solution with Docker and Kubernetes is implemented on all major cloud solution providers (Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure), so the use of this technology is preferable from the point of view of possible future migration. Also it's possible to use it at on-premise mode as well.


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