LONDON
ndb@software-automation.com

Automating the future...

 

Features

* Rich, efficient GUI to navigate and administer virtual machines on AWS, Google Cloud or VirtualBox
* DevOps Orchestration Platform can bootstrap and deploy an entire IT infrastructure on AWS or Google Cloud
* It can control security at two firewall levels: Hypervisor and also IPTables
* Create new VM instances or import existing infrastructure using your AWS or Google Cloud keys
* Bootstrap docker containers within the VMs, all from a GoLang-based web GUI app
* Dynamic templates of ansible inventories & terraform scripts are generated and used without any command-line interaction or pre-configuration
* Ansible, Terraform, Vagrant and other logs can be viewed within the web app GUI
* It can deploy Kubernetics onto bare metal clusters
* No networking or security pre-configuration is necessary

Use your Google Cloud or AWS API keys to import existing infrastructure or launch new virtual machies

And then launch the instance

Configure AWS Security Groups

Pull-up a TCP listening port window with details of open ports on any virtual machine

Deploy a rich ready-to-go set of Ansible Playbooks on your instances, or easily extend the framework and develop your own playbooks

Import Google Cloud instances or launch new ones

And then deploy applications onto the Google Cloud instances using Ansible

Configure Google Cloud Hypervisor Firewall

Or use VirtualBox to test and develop locally

Easily SSH to any VM from the browser window

Conveniently detach the SSH window

Display a list of open (listening) TCP ports on any VM

Deploy & Configure an IPTables O/S Platform Firewall on any VM instance on Google Cloud or AWS, for extra security

Launch a new Google Cloud instance in any availability zone, and view the underlying Terraform log

Full flexibility: Deploy included Ansible playbooks or develop your own by extending the framework

Deploy & configure OpenLDAP, and save costs by avoiding Microsoft Active Directory

Add a Docker container to any VM instance on VirtualBox, AWS or Google Cloud

Launch the automatically configured Docker Container

SSH into the docker container

Install Java or any other Ansible playbook deployment into the docker container

Deploy Sonatype Nexus 3 as a Docker Registry

The already-included Ansible playbook will dyamically configure and deploy the Nexus registry according to your infrastructure

Commit your docker container to the Nexus registry

Or launch a stored docker container directly from the Nexus Registry

Deploy an X11 Window manager & VNC Server to any AWS or Google Cloud instance

Conveniently open the necessary ports to enable access

And then VNC to the Cloud-based Virtual Machine instance

Deploy Prometheus & Grafana using the included Ansible playbooks

VMs are automatically configured within Grafana with no user configuration necessary at all!

Deploy MongoDB + Mongo Express admin GUI on any VM instance on AWS, Google Cloud or VirtualBox

Deploy ElasticStack from the web GUI (FileBeat, Logstash, ElasticSearch & Kibana) with no command-line interaction necessary at all

Deploy Kubernetes from the GUI, with no command-line interaction. DevOps Orchestration Platform will dynamically configure the kubernetes network overlay according to your infrastructure

After deploying a Kubernetes Master, deploy Kubernetes agents onto other VM instances

Then administer the new Kubernetes Cluster

Get the Kubernetes admin token in order to log into the Kubernetes Dashboard (Dashboard is automatically deployed along with the Kubernetes Master)

Then use the token to log into the Kubernetes Dashboard

Administer the Kubernetes Cluster from the newly deployed dashboard

Use the dashboard to deploy Jenkins to the Kubernetes Cluster

Open the required Kubernetes ports on the security group to allow access to the nodePort, etc

End result: Jenkins is deployed onto a dynamically and automatically installed, configured & deployed Kubernetes Cluster