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Flockport launched a new container platform for hybrid and multi-cloud deployments, designed to simplify application migration and deployment
Flockport's new platform is focused on simplicity, ease of use and seamless migration to the cloud.
Flockport supports standard Linux containers. They provide a standard OS environment for applications with support for proper process management. Flockport also doesn't enforce the use of layers or introduce storage constraints enabling the seamless migration of applications from VMs without the need for any customization or expensive re-engineering. Applications can be migrated as is.
Flockport's new orchestration engine allows users to provision servers, build networks and deploy applications across servers at a fraction of the effort. Users can for the first time build advanced networks and deploy sophisticated service discovery, load balancing and high availability services with a few commands.
Flockport's new application packaging system lets users define and automate application deployment. The Flockport App Store is powered by the new application packaging system and lets users package and deploy applications effortlessly
Flockport's new platform opens up a whole new layer of flexibility for users. Containers can completely change the way applications are deployed and are uniquely positioned to transform the industry.
Speaking on the launch, Indrajit Banerjee, co-fouder of Flockport said “Enterprise are increasingly adopting a hybrid and multi-cloud strategy and containers are the perfect vehicle to address this use case. While Devops is targeted at developers the real story for containers is in deployment and Flockport offers a comprehensive platform that showcases the true power and flexibility of containers.“