Deploy cloud infrastructure with minimal programming experience

"No Code" technologies including canvas, smart wizards, templates, and auto connections


Drag and drop and deploy cloud infrastructure

Using a canvas, a user can drag and drop the desired cloud components and deploy

  • Simple drag and drop
  • Enter / Define properties for each of the components
  • Connect components or use auto connections
  • Save, Plan and Deploy
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Deploy using reusable blueprints

  • Create a stack using templates with minimal effort (Example, Network with firewall, Web app, Kubernetes cluster etc.)
  • Templates consist of pre-defined components with properties and connections/dependencies
  • Ideal for self-service use by developers to deploy stack with the desired security posture and best practices

Smart Wizard for minimal effort

  • Walkthrough with simple wizard to select components, and desired configuration
  • Convert to canvas to visualize the deployed resources
  • Continue to manage changes using the canvas edit functionality
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Minimize effort with Auto Connections

  • QMCLOUD uses a list of all possible connections (or dependencies) for many of the well-known resources
  • Witha single click, QMCLOUD automatically connects each of the resources on the canvas thus reducing the effort considerably
  • Users can save connections from the custom stacks that are deployed so they can be reused
  • Import or export all connections to a json file (to reuse)

Automation, Orchestration, and Integration with CI/CD tools

  • Support for REST APIs for integration with CI/CD tools
  • Integration with other CI/CD tools such as Jenkins, Ansible etc.
  • Auto generate code (Typescript)and commit to GitHub for version control, tracking, and auditing and other workflows
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Use Cases
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Reusable infrastructure blueprints
Infrastructure teams can create a reusable stack for cloud landing zones (cloud resources with predefined minimal configuration and dependencies). The reusable stacks can be exposed as blueprints in the self-service portal or as an API endpoint

Reusable application foundation blueprints
Architects and developers can create application foundational blueprints with predefined resources and configuration for use with application deployments

Example – An application development team intends to deploy a java-based application to AWS. They need a platform that is based on best practices and has the appropriate guardrails. The infrastructure team creates a reusable template that includes network, routing, gateways, load balancer and compute instances with appropriate java components and auto scaling. The application developers then use Jenkins to make an API call to deploy the infrastructure and passes the control to application deployment workflow