Cloudify Version 5 Released
February 24, 2020

Cloudify announced that its latest product update - Cloudify version 5 - features an Environment as a Service component, designed to achieve consistent delivery and management of hybrid-cloud services and network infrastructures across CI/CD pipelines - at scale.

Running Cloudify’s version 5, users will be able to integrate with the likes of Kubernetes, Azure ARM, AWS Cloud Formation, Ansible, Terraform and beyond, managed by one platform that orchestrates application delivery as a value stream.

“Larger companies are serving many active departments across a growing number of environments - not to mention an overwhelming number of applications spread across multiple zones and regions over both private and public cloud environments. This often leads to inconsistencies, siloed operations and forces the user to needlessly recreate pipelines over and over again,” states Ariel Dan, CEO of Cloudify. “With our latest release, companies can now create environments automatically, complementing existing CI/CD tools like Jenkins or Spinnaker, allowing DevOps teams to reduce overhead in managing complex toolchains. They can now consistently create, manage and change multiple environments for many applications.”

This latest release marks a new generation of the Cloudify product, and can now serve 10X more concurrent executions, infinite scale, and take a cloud-native and public cloud-first approach by moving to a microservices architecture. Combined with a new level of real-time visibility of workflow automation across multiple cloud infrastructures and DevOps frameworks, Cloudify now aims to give users a simplified and consistent method to monitor and troubleshoot application delivery execution.

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