GlobalLogic Announces Enhanced OpeNgine Microservices Platform Accelerator
January 11, 2022

GlobalLogic, a Hitachi Group Company, announced availability of OpeNgine version 2.1.

Part of GlobalLogic’s Digital Accelerators suite, OpeNgine automates critical elements of the full DevOps lifecycle—including CI/CD, toolset configuration and cloud infrastructure provisioning—for microservices platforms. These capabilities significantly simplify microservice implementation while reducing timelines from months to weeks or even days. Overall, the solution solves the Infrastructure as Code (IaC) challenge, which is a pivotal process in mission-critical applications that require continuous updates, testing, and monitoring.

OpeNgine seamlessly integrates with standard CI/CD tool stacks and can easily extend to new tools and technologies. Pre-scripted end-to-end templates for typical environments are used that also allow for low-level customization as needed. And, designed to be an agnostic tool, the digital accelerator works with all major cloud providers including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP).

Version 2.1 introduces feature enhancements that further simplify the deployment of service delivery platforms (SDPs) such as Kubernetes, CloudBuild, CloudWatch, and others. Highlights include:

- Expanded set of supported open-source platform tools

- Upgraded third-party dependencies for potential vulnerability remediation

- Extended GitLab support

“When it comes to DevOps, the challenge is that there are multitudes of technologies involved in every step. What’s more, each cloud provider has its own implementation method. Rapidly delivering reliable applications and services is, in turn, complex and time consuming by default,” said Andriy Gnennyy, Associate VP of Technology and Global Head of DevOps Practice, GlobalLogic. “OpeNgine works the same regardless of the underlying cloud platform, automating fundamental processes in the product development lifecycle. The business impact is tangible, with clients saving up to 15 staff months when they use the digital accelerator.”

For clients seeking to create new digital platforms, the development of OpeNgine was initially created to address the need for a ready-to-use, flexible DevOps toolchain that modernized applications while quickening product development. The solution is based on GlobalLogic’s accumulated experience working with proven digital technologies across numerous client programs and is supported by a dedicated team responsible for maintaining and enhancing it. To that end, GlobalLogic encourages technology partners to collaborate on OpeNgine’s roadmap to increase its program value and impact.

OpeNgine is available to all GlobalLogic clients and is a standard tool used to benefit all digital platform projects.

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