In collaboration with Intel, Vixtera has enhanced Unity platform capabilities providing developers with fully automated tools for provisioning and configuration of application environments for development, testing and production rollout. It contains pre-built and easy to use application and service stacks that can be instantly and transparently deployed on multiple clouds.
- Ease of use and short learning curve for DevOps personnel
- Fully automated application environment and management across public /private clouds and infrastructure providers
- Up to 90% reduction in project onboarding time
- Up to 90% reduction in time for a new project initiation
- Up to 50% in saving effort and time while creating and managing testing environments
- Standardization of development processes for application and management environment
- Seamless implementation for continues integration processes
CAADE USAGE MODEL
- Java Web App (Tomcat Service)
- Web (HTML5, TomcatService, NGINX)
- Load Balancing (*NGINX)
- RDBMS (*MySQL, Oracle, MSSqL)
- NoSQL (*MongoDB)
- Message Queue (Redis, RubbitMQ, ZeroMQ)
- File (Samba, NFS, Lustre)
- Java Container (TomcatService, ZeroMQ)
CLOUD-IN-A-BOX and DATA CENTER-as-a-SERVICE REFERENCE ARCHITECTURE
INTEL and VIXTERA
Intel, in cooperation with Vixtera, launched Cloud-in-a-Box solution to promote and aide their partners and customers with challenging Cloud transformation.
As part of this effort, Intel is demonstrating a reference architecture, an integrated hardware and software platform and ecosystem, for fully automatic development and deployment of applications in hybrid cloud environment.
Beyond rapid application development and deployment, the combined solution demonstrates unique Unity architecture to compose infrastructure framework using software to discover and pool all data resources, regardless of the resources' location or underlying hardware. It organizes those pools into service tiers and then uses highly integrated and automated tools to deliver compute, storage and network instances as services. In effect, administrators can "compose" infrastructure on-demand from resource pools to provide the required level of service for a workload. Administrators no longer need to worry about which servers, disks or networks are involved.