Adopt a containerized architecture for your applications and seamlessly solve infrastructure and management concerns for their development and deployment. Successive Cloud has the expertise to accelerate the adoption of containers and move deployment strategy into production that lets you operate and scale confidently.
Whether you need assistance moving your application to production or need to enable automated and secure deployments, we can help speed up your innovation by leveraging advanced architectures. Our container as a service offering allows you to run your containerized applications and workloads in a truly scalable, standard, repeatable, and reliable manner.
Successive Cloud helps you avoid vendor lock-in and enable a hybrid cloud service delivery strategy that meet your use cases, including legacy applications, microservices-based cloud-native development, and advanced cloud computing such as AI/ML. With our container as a service offering, we ensure faster time to application service delivery and lower the costs and challenges of adopting the latest container strategies.
Package the application and its dependencies together into one to run it on any operating system or cloud infrastructure.
Run multiple parts of an app independently in microservices with greater control over individual pieces and life-cycles.
Fully implement and manage applications over container-based infrastructure that spans multiple containers and cluster of hosts.
Automate the deployment, load balancing, scaling, networking, and life cycle management of containers.
Operate containers across multi cloud infrastructure environments for cost, flexibility, portability, or scalability.
FieldSeeker, a global market leader in geographic information system (GIS) software, wanted to detect vulnerabilities through ethical hacking practices for data security and confidentiality. Besides vulnerability scanning, they leveraged advanced penetration testing to exploit identified findings to offer a secure platform to its users.
One of the largest Drupal hosting providers wanted to adapt cloud-native architecture to reduce the manpower by automating the infra-related tasks, changing the PHP settings for the configuration of new websites, managing the cron jobs, and monitoring the clusters.