Tag : Nirmata

How Microservices Drive Increased Customer Engagement

A microservices-style architecture breaks down an application from a single monolithic structure into smaller independent services. Each service handles a particular business function and can be deployed separately from the others. They’re connected via application programming interfaces (API). This structure allows developers to achieve outcomes that would be difficult or impossible with other types of…

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Manage Containers in Under 5 Minutes!

Containerization — container-based virtualization and application containerization — dramatically increases the speed and efficiency of deploying and running cloud applications. But the delivery and management of cloud applications can be time-consuming and is sometimes tricky; both variables reduce the appeal of containerization. As a SaaS, Nirmata does the undifferentiated heavy lifting for you. Nirmata empowers…

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Benefits of using SaaS for managing cloud applications

Businesses need to innovate faster to stay ahead of the competition. Increasingly businesses are adopting cloud computing, containers, and microservices for rapid application delivery. While these latest cloud-native technologies can help them deliver faster, they also introduce new challenges. Cloud-native applications are complex, and have a lot of moving components that require end-to-end automation for…

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Nirmata is now an AWS Technology Partner!

We are extremely excited to announce that Nirmata is now an AWS Partner Network (APN)  Technology Partner! AWS has an extensive program for technology partners and we are excited about the visibility, training and other benefits that AWS partners get. Over the last couple years, our team has worked with several customers in their cloud…

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Using Amazon ECR with Nirmata to deploy containerized applications on any cloud

Immutable images are a key benefit of containerizing applications, and a building block for container-native delivery pipelines. An image registry is required to deploy containerized applications. Several options have emerged for an enterprise grade image registry. Users now have a choice to use a public image registry such as Docker Hub or a private image…

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AWS re:Invent 2016: Cloud Application Delivery and Management – Simplified
AWS re:Invent 2016: Cloud Application Delivery and Management – Simplified

  At Nirmata we are super excited to sponsor at the largest cloud event of the year – AWS re:Invent 2016! This year we will showcase new cloud-native application management features and share customer stories. Containers and microservices are enabling business agility and accelerating digital transformation. If you are in Las Vegas for the event,…

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Flexible deployment of Liferay using Docker and Nirmata Container Services

Liferay Portal is a popular open source enterprise web platform for content management and collaboration. Besides all the enterprise class features, what makes Liferay so popular is the various deployment options and integrations. From an architectural standpoint, Liferay is a traditional, often referred to as a monolith, application but actual deployments can become quite complex…

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Easiest way to leverage EC2 Spot Instances with Docker and Nirmata

Cloud computing accelerates innovation by providing ubiquitous access to computing resources at a click of a button. However enterprises are weary of the costs associated with public cloud, especially as their usage grows. At the same time, public cloud providers like AWS have created multiple cloud resource consumption models to reduce the barrier to adoption…

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Using Nirmata to deploy containerized applications on VMWare vCloud Air

In my previous post, I described how you can deploy containers on your laptop using Nirmata and boot2docker. While deploying containers on your laptop is great for dev/test, you may want to deploy containers on your cloud resources as your application moves through your deployment pipeline. Nirmata makes this extremely easy via its policy based…

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Deploy containers on your laptop using Nirmata in less than five minutes

If you are using boot2docker on MacOS, it is now easier than ever to deploy containerized applications on your laptop using Nirmata. You can be up and running in less than five minutes. In this post, I will describe the steps. Requirements: You will need boot2docker installed and running on your laptop You will need…

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