Enterprise Plan Features
- Custom Models & Connectors: Tailored AI and data connectors.
- Federated Security: Enhanced security features.
- Multi-Cloud Support: AWS, Azure, Google Clouds.
- Automated Deployments: Terraform scripts.
- Full-Cycle Support: Dev/QA/Production.
Automated Deployment Pipelines:
- Consistency: Eliminate human errors with standardized processes.
- Efficiency: Speed up releases by automating repetitive tasks.
- Reliability: Implement rigorous testing, ensuring higher quality.
- Feedback Loop: Offer immediate developer feedback on code quality.
- Scalability: Adapt deployment processes for more complex architectures.
- Scalability: Adjust applications based on demand effortlessly.
- Portability: Ensure consistent app behavior across various environments.
- Self-healing: Automate container health checks and recoveries.
- Load Balancing: Distribute network traffic for optimal performance.
- Secret & Configuration Management: Update configurations without rebuilding images.
Terraform Infrastructure Deployment Scripts:
- Infrastructure as Code (IaC): Version control for infrastructure changes.
- Platform Agnostic: Manage multi-cloud resources with one configuration.
- Predictable Changes: Preview changes before applying.
- Consistency: Standardize across all environments.
- Safety: Ensure only desired infrastructure changes occur.
Multiple Cloud Support
Adopting a multi-cloud strategy offers businesses a competitive edge. Supporting multiple clouds not only enhances resilience against potential outages and vulnerabilities of a single provider but also provides flexibility in optimizing costs and performance. By distributing assets across several cloud platforms, organizations can harness the unique features and regional offerings of each, ensuring they're always leveraging the best tools for their specific needs.
You might want to run GPU-intensive workflows on an AWS cloud, but simpler transforms on a high-memory Azure App Service Plan. Simply run the entire infrastructure creation scripts in multiple clouds, then use the configuration admin panel to determine which processing steps get processed where (all processing steps are accessed via a URL as microservices).
A multi-cloud approach also reduces vendor lock-in, giving businesses the agility to adapt and innovate in an ever-evolving technological world.