Cloudify partners with ServiceNow to automate cloud business

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Clouds can really help your business. If it’s a big deal, you can make it work for you. This is where companies like Cloud, through an open source Business (B2B) e-commerce platform. Now, to make it even more powerful, you can use Cloudify infrastructure automation system with Service now IT Operations Management (ITOM), now part of the digital workflow of its platform.

Cloudify enables you to trade online with your customers with full integration of order, pricing, product and inventory data with a suite of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) such as SAP, NetSuite and Microsoft Dynamics. It also works with warehouse and back office systems for accounting. With plugins, you can also use your existing toolchains like Jenkins, Terraform, Ansible, CloudFormation, and Kubernetes for more advanced automation capabilities.

Ariel Dunn, CEO of Cloudify

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Put it all together, and you get what you call Cloudify Environment as a Service (EaaS). Nati Shalom, CTO and Founder at Cloudify, sees EaaS as the next generation of DevOps. “It’s all about how we drive innovation and He made a lot of those distributed systems as simple as the local systemShalom said.

Ultimately, the company claims that EaaS will allow you to run applications across multiple cloud platforms or data centers with the click of a button for a premium Multimedia Infrastructure coordination and automation.

Today, the Cloudify platform has again expanded its reach. It is now available in ServiceNow . Store. Using Cloudify with ITOM enables you to work with your development team to automatically fix the configuration of cloud resources.

This is done by validating the resources through ServiceNow Cloud Configuration Manager (CCG). From there, you do the repair procedures. It is then performed automatically by Cloudify. Finally, they are published by ServiceNow or Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) pipelines.

The company claims, “Developers can enjoy the self-service experience needed to quickly roll and destroy development/testing environments with minimal effort, as well as simplify change management in production environments.”

The pair gives you the tools you need to get gracefulThe first approach to creating, sharing, and managing cloud and multicloud environments for your cloud developers. On a daily basis, Now Platform acts as a workflow automation engine. At the same time, Cloudify takes care of creating the environment and managing the second day.

From a broader perspective, with Cloudify and ITOM, companies can accelerate provisioning and management of multiple cloud infrastructure deployments with DevOps and IT teams working together efficiently.

Specifically, Cloudify states with the ServiceNow association that it becomes easier to do the following:

  • Organizing policies, automating configuration compliance, and standardizing tags on multiple clouds. with ITOM . Governance, IT teams can define configuration and flagging policies and identify violations. It can then be fixed by ITOM Governance and Cloudify.
  • Get DevOps and IT teams on the same page. This is done using Cloudify to preserve the pervasive environment while enabling IT operators to address abuses through ServiceNow. All giving everyone one pane of glass between CI/CD pipelines and ServiceNow procedures.
  • All this reduces treatment downtime.

Results? “Developers are always being asked to move faster and get new features into production quickly,” Brian Emerson, Vice President of ITOM and General Motors at ServiceNow said in a press release. This will enable them to keep up with demand. Ariel Dunn, CEO of Cloudify, added, “DevOps can now manage heterogeneous cloud environments at scale with compliance with IT operations. Ultimately, this means that an organization can efficiently manage end-customer and in-house development/QA/production environments.” Larger. “

And does managing your business cloud and its resources and making them more effective work toward your end goal? Why, yes, yes, I think so.

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