Struggling with multi-platform scheduling challenges and the enablement of end-to-end scheduling and orchestration of your container-based environments, legacy systems and applications? Stonebranch's DevOps concept for Docker-based workload automation solves existing challenges and delivers seamless integration, that allow a centralized management of all job-specific environments, variables and scripts for containers and legacy systems.
Enterprises facing the challenge to seamlessly integrate container-based processes with existing business processes and legacy systems. Providing end-to-end scheduling and orchestration for container-based DevOps processes and legacy systems is still in its early stages. The absence of seamless integrations, that allow a centralized management of all job-specific environments, variables and scripts for containers and legacy systems disables the progress of Docker containers and micro-service architectures. The Stonebranch DevOps concept of centrally managing all job specific environments variables and scripts for containers and legacy systems enables an ideal DevOps approach without any environment-specific settings when deploying.
Realtime dashboard and Web-based control providing an end-to-end view on the entire business process consisting of container based and legacy applications.
Integrated lifecycle management “bundle & promote” allows automatic promotion of new tested processes, packages and applications at a defined date and time from Dev to Ops, without any manual configurations.
Centrally maintain credentials for all used registries (DockerHub, Docker Trusted Registry, Quay.io, etc.) and application connections e.g. Container, SAP and Database connections, script credentials, etc. Achieve PCI DSS, HIPAA, SOX and GLBA compliance requirements.
Manage and automate all job specific environment parameters, credentials and scripts for containers and legacy systems to the highest degree. Enable central orchestration and automation of every business process.
Supports all major platforms including Windows, Unix, Linux,Mac OSX and Unix. Enables microservices scheduling by supporting HTTP, SOAP, REST, JMS and IBM WebSphereMQ (Message Queue).
Central script library for file transfer, database calls and shell scripts – no need to store scripts in a container image. According a successful execution of new packages or applications the container is removed automatically and processing continues with the next task in the workflow.