What is Public Cloud Migration?
A Public Cloud Migration involves moving data, applications, and other business services into a cloud computing environment such as Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure.
How Harness supports public cloud migration.
Harness supports public cloud migrations by providing an environment agnostic delivery platform. Utilize infrastructure as code to provision deployment environments.
Beachbody, a leading provider of fitness/nutrition programs with over 23 million customers, accelerates AWS Cloud migration from 1 year to 3 months using Harness. Their journey involved migrating multiple services to AWS, Kubernetes, and Lambda.
Harness helps Advanced, the UK’s third largest provider of business software and services, automate software delivery across its 100+ product teams, 700+ software engineers, 6 data centers and several technology stacks/tools. These include AWS EC2, ECS, EKS and Lambda for public cloud.
What is Cloud Cost Optimization?
Cloud Cost Optimization is the process of reducing the overall cloud cost spend by right-sizing resources, eliminating waste, and identifying mismanaged resources.
How Harness provides Cloud Cost Optimizations.
Harness’s Cloud Cost Management is purpose-built to find and eliminate cloud cost overages. Acting as a watchful eye on your cloud infrastructure, coupled with the deployment capabilities of the Harness Platform, Cloud Cost Management can recommend and help implement savings immediately.
In this case study, learn how Harness saved over $140k in logging costs by optimizing our cloud usage and logging spend using Cloud Cost Management.
Optimize Kubernetes cluster costs using Harness Cloud Cost Management, which allows you to know exactly when and where costs spike. Receive a quick intro to the Cloud Cost Management product in this blog post.
Watch our quick 4-minute tutorial to see how you can get started with Cloud Cost Optimization using Harness Cloud Cost Management. This example leverages Amazon EKS to display cloud cost optimization capabilities.
What are microservices?
SMicroservices are small, autonomous services that work together.
How microservices work with Harness.
Harness can orchestrate even the most complex Microservice deployments. As applications decompose and the number of services increase, the number of deployments increase. Harness can handle multiple deployment patterns.
Casting Networks, a cutting-edge entertainment technology company, hit several roadblocks while migrating their legacy monolith applications to Kubernetes microservices. Learn how they quickly onboarded their microservices with Harness.
GoSpotCheck, a company empowering field teams to collect merchandising, sales, and compliance data, used Harness to migrate several applications and microservices between cloud providers and regions in just hours with zero downtime. Learn about their journey.
What is Container Orchestration?
Container orchestrators manage the lifecycle of containers and other computer resources.
How Container Orchestration works with Harness.
Harness can interact with multiple container orchestrators. No matter if deploying to Kubernetes or Amazon ECS, Harness has the ability to be ubiquitous when interacting with a container orchestration. Harness out of the box provides scaffold deployments to several popular orchestrators.
CI/CD SaaS tools primarily focus on Kubernetes, but have forgotten about ECS customers along the way. Harness understands that many customers are happy with their ECS environments and don’t have plans to move to Kubernetes. See how the Harness ECS Experience empowers developers to automate their deployments without having to manage deployment scripts and various failure conditions during deployment.
Learn about the modern-day container orchestrator and why it’s become so important to your Kubernetes journey. Also see how Harness provides a powerful orchestration layer working with your Kubernetes investment.
What is Infrastructure as Code?
Infrastructure as Code is the practice of provisioning, managing, and configuring computer infrastructure as such networks, load balancers, and machines.
How Infrastructure as Code relates to Harness.
Harness has the ability to interact and manage with several infrastructure-as-code providers. As part of a modern deployment, infrastructure is provisioned at deployment time. Harness can orchestrate popular infrastructure-as-code providers such as Terraform and CloudFormation.
DataStax, the company behind the massively scalable, highly-available, cloud-native NoSQL data platform built on Apache Cassandra™, selects Harness over Spinnaker. Dynamic infrastructure provisioning with Harness is just one reason.
Relativity speaks to how Harness integrates with Relativity’s entire toolchain consisting of Jenkins for CI, HashiCorp Terraform for Infra provisioning, New Relic for APM, Splunk for Log Analytics, and Prometheus for Infra monitoring.
Infrastructure automation (aka provisioning) is a big deal for cloud-native applications and environments. Learn how Harness integrates CloudFormation and Terraform.