Infrastructure as Code
Streamline Your Application Delivery Pipeline for Maximum Efficiency.
Accelerate Your Problem-Solving with Faster Solutions
Automation is key to reducing the time required for deploying, releasing, and scaling infrastructure. It facilitates the transition from reactive to proactive resource management, leading to more efficient resource allocation. In addition, a uniform understanding and continuous connection between teams, with visibility into these processes' runtimes, can accelerate value realization and cost management.
Efficiently Deploy Your DevOps Solutions
Procure the deploy tailored to your use case with Containers, Saas, Amis, Apis, Cloudformation Templates, and beyond. By utilizing template files instead of relying on manual IT processes, cloud deployments can be efficiently handled while reducing the workload on IT personnel. This approach also helps to ensure that the deployment process is executed correctly and with precision.
Unlock the Potential of Interoperable Technologies
Rely on cloud-compatible interoperable tools that undergo regular security scans. With the capability of continuous configuration, a proficient IaC solution can automate the entire cluster from hardware to network and software, providing a comprehensive approach to cluster management. This highlights the true potential of IaC, where writing cluster configuration as code makes it testable, repeatable, self-healing, idempotent, and most importantly, easily comprehensible.
Rapidly Deliver Stable Test Environments at Scale
IaC enables DevOps teams to quickly establish production-like test environments during the early stages of application development. With the ability to reliably provision multiple test environments on demand, teams can easily scale their testing efforts. The cloud's dynamic provisioning and deprovisioning of environments based on IaC definitions further enhances this capability. Moreover, the infrastructure code can be tested and validated to preempt common deployment issues.
When teams set up cloud resources manually or through scripts, there is always the risk of certain resources lacking the proper identity and access management (IAM) roles, security groups, and other essential security measures. By defining infrastructure as code, it becomes easier to ensure that all IaC templates are equipped with the necessary security features and conform to organizational policies, leading to standardized security protocols.
What We Offer
A full cycle of Infrastructure-as-Code Design, Implementation and Monitoring. Architect NYC will synchronize your infrastructure architecture with code delivery techniques to save time and reduce labor costs, while ensuring uniformity and consistency across your software environments. Our infrastructure automation services include the development of custom software tools tailored to your specific needs.
Understanding the Workflow
Assess the current state of your application delivery pipeline and tool chain to identify areas for improvement in speed and agility.
Create an IaC framework that automates the build and deployment of Day One services, adhering to DevOps best practices.
Integrate and configure existing tools/services with a workflow engine.
Work collaboratively with customers to develop, test, and deliver services through IaC solution.
What a Customer Gets
Fully scripted deployment of infrastructure and applications.
Management of all infrastructures in version control systems.
Self-monitoring system configuration with environment change notifications.
Evaluation of pilot project scope and budget estimates for early stage rollout and definition of expected outcomes.
Self-healing changes to system configuration based on declared known-good state or versions.
Simplified compliance and audit through logging and tracing of every configuration change.
Ready to use documentation and supporting materials together with hands-on training sessions to educate the customer’s team around the basics of IaC and DevOps best practices.
Configuration and Provisioning
By introducing IaC into your current processes, we can help reduce the human effort required for manual configuration and provisioning of software environments, while ensuring consistency and uniformity throughout your infrastructure.
Custom Tools for Application and Middleware Management:
We deliver custom tools that allow you to manage both application servers and applications-as-code. We will tailor them to your specific environment needs and bundle them with libraries of typical automation tasks.
Streamlined Environment and Deployment Tools:
Our tools model your applications and the environments they will operate in, making deployments error-proof, easy to manage, and reproduce. With these tools, you can streamline deployment workflows and ensure reproducibility.
Multi-functional Solutions for Simplified Administration:
Our team develops custom solutions scripted to perform various tasks, including configuring an OS in a virtual or physical node, setting up your firewall ports, and more. These solutions minimize your admins' engagement in recurrent time-consuming tasks, allowing them to focus on more critical responsibilities.
Why Is IaC so Important?
Implementing DevOps practices and continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) requires the use of Infrastructure as Code (IaC). By taking over the provisioning process, IaC allows developers to execute a script and have their infrastructure ready to go, avoiding delays in application deployment and freeing up sysadmins from time-consuming manual processes. A consistent environment is a crucial element of automated application deployment, and IaC enables both development and operations teams to use the same deployment process, reducing errors and inconsistencies. By ensuring that every environment, including the production environment, undergoes the same deployment process, IaC eliminates the need to maintain individual deployment environments with unique configurations that cannot be reproduced automatically. Additionally, IaC enables the application of DevOps best practices to infrastructure, including applying the same testing and version control to the infrastructure code. Ultimately, the alignment of development and operations teams through a DevOps approach, supported by IaC, leads to fewer errors, manual deployments, and inconsistencies.