Pre-built Application templates can save time and effort for your team.
IT Administrators can reduce the risk of application outage through continuously monitoring, healing and scaling the underlying infrastructure.
Automate the builds, version control them, perform rolling updates and seamlessly roll back a faulty deployment.
No hassle of creating Dockerfiles. gopaddle automatically generates Docker images from source code.
Route traffic to respective services using the in-built ingress controllers.
Secure access to services by setting firewall rules that controls traffic between services or traffic from external web.
Easily scale stateful applications like MySQL, mongodb etc with 0 downtime. gopaddle takes care of scaling the datastores along side the application.
Use fluentd, ELK or any other logging services of your choice and get a complete insight in to application, and infrastructure logs.
In-built Prometheus monintoring provides in-depth insight in to the application metrics as well the other event metrics like scaling, rolling updates etc.
Define the properties of a container and gopaddle automatically builds the Docker images for you.
Create a template to deploy multiple containers in a single attempt. Define all the network, storage and routing dependencies and their associated policies.
Provision Kubernetes clusters on multiple cloud platforms using a simple wizard.
Launch the template on a Kubernetes cluster of your choice. See the Cloud Native application in action.
Scaling, Updating and monitoring a stateful application on Kubernetes with zero downtime, requires careful planning on the capacity planning, deployment pattern and replication factors. gopaddle provides a guided approach to provisioning static or dynamic volumes. With the help of Volume policies, your team can ensureGet Started
We believe in retaining our customers through valuable product and a great service. Every feature within the platform is built with our customer enablement as the top priority. Since the Kubernetes Cluster are provisioned in your own Cloud environments, you will continue to have control over the Docker Registries and the Kubernetes Clusters even after discontinuing gopaddle.
Discontinuity will not cause any disruption to workloads on Kubernetes cluster, as your production services will continue to run in your Cloud environment. Discontinuity will only limit you from automatically building Docker images, deploying any new applications or updating existing applications through the gopaddle portal.
gopaddle is purpose built for Cloud Native deployments. gopaddle helps to generate Docker files/images from Source code and helps to generate deployment templates that are similar to Helm chart. Thus it can be used in conjunction with Jenkins and other configuration management tools like Chef/Ansible. Since every change in application configuration is version controlled, using Jenkins, Chef/Ansible along with gopaddle can help in building a robust CI/CD pipeline with all the Cloud Native benefits like application auto-scaling, patching application configurations, rolling update and roll backs etc
Existing Ansible scripts can be reused in gopaddle environment.
We have seen mid-sized companies with around 100 employees and with ~15 different microservices spend more than a year to build a complete end-to-end CI/CD automation for Kubernetes deployments by integrating the opensource tools. Integrating these open source tools require polyglot scripting skills. Often post integration maintenance and support becomes a challenge. gopaddle can reduce the integration effort from a year to a month or even weeks depending upon the complexity of the microservices. Secondly gopaddle provides different levels of support SLAs which ensures continued support even after the CI/CD workflow is automated.
gopaddle is an open-platform and it supports any type of application that can be dockerized. Be it a Linux/Windows workload, be it any programming language like Java, GoLang, Python, Ruby etc gopaddle supports it.
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