Engine Yard Paves the Way to NoOps with New Container Platform
AUSTIN, Texas, Jan. 13, 2021 -- Engine Yard Kontainers (EYK) Platform as a Service is now available. A fully managed, container-based infrastructure, Engine Yard Kontainers eases deployment and minimizes the DevOps workload.
“Getting DevOps right is hard, and most dev teams struggle with it. Our new container platform paves the way for a NoOps approach by baking in the best practices of deploying applications into the platform and letting dev teams focus on what’s important - development,” said Rahul Subramaniam, CEO of Engine Yard. “There is a screaming need to reduce the number of choices needed to deploy and manage an app today. EngineYard is doing it by pioneering the move toward NoOps.”
EngineYard Kontainers is fully managed with 24x7 support, eliminating the need for specialized DevOps expertise. It exemplifies the NoOps paradigm, creating a model for standardized, best-in-class operations that frees developers from managing infrastructure and reduces the overall operational burden.
EngineYard Kontainers runs Kubernetes on Amazon Web Services, creating application stacks and helping traditional non-containerized applications move to the container world. Applications deployed with EYK are fast, secure, cost-effective, and scalable. Orchestration, cluster management, networking, load balancing, monitoring, and log aggregation are built into the platform.
EYK increases developer productivity, empowering them to focus on their applications. The best part is that developers can bring their applications to Engine Yard and deploy them on a Kubernetes container infrastructure within minutes.
About Engine Yard
Engine Yard, a leader in Cloud Platform as a Service, gives application developers the automation, control, and operational support they require to deploy apps. Founded in 2006, Engine Yard has deep expertise in application deployments across programming languages, application containers, databases and cloud infrastructure. We work closely with open source communities including Ruby, Ruby on Rails, Node.js, and PHP. For more information about Engine Yard, visit www.engineyard.com.
Source: Engine Yard