Transposit unveils CloudOps workflow creation functionality



If someone were to select three terms that represent the frontier of IT in 2021, they could choose: automation, automation, automation.

Others may select User Experience (UX), AI, Edge Computing, CloudOps or DevOps workflows. They are all legitimate, but the common denominator is automation as each relies to some extent on automated processes.

One would think that next-generation self-service workflows, which are a major IT trend in business automation and use the aforementioned functions, would be installed everywhere with the usual cloud service providers (AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud Platform). ) since they are progressive computer consumers themselves. But this is not the case ; a new DevOps player, Transposit, knows this and sees a new niche market.

The San Francisco, California-based startup, which describes itself as a DevOps process orchestration provider, today announced new functionality for its Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and Azure connectors that ‘It claims to enable engineering and cloud operations teams to move faster and with more confidence by enabling self-service infrastructure through automated workflows.

Mapping actions, as these functions are called, should not be used only at a large cloud service provider. They can be added at any stage of a business management book to create automated workflows across various stacks so that whatever tools teams use, visibility, context and capacity for action to use them optimally is right in front of them, Transposit’s vice president of marketing, Ed Sawma told VentureBeat.

Integrating cloud services into these workflows enables CloudOps administrators to deliver exceptional customer service, user experience, and reliability, Sawma said. It’s about giving engineering teams immediate access to the services and infrastructure they need to ship software quickly and securely, he said.

CloudOps workflows appeal to the company

“First and foremost, the big cloud providers are focused on the basic infrastructure, storage, compute, and delivery of these basic building blocks,” Sawma said. “They’ve moved up the stack a bit from there, but traditionally they haven’t really come up with any solutions on how you operate the workflow, how you deploy the code, and how you run that code. They know DevOps, they see ICD platforms and Continuous Delivery platforms, but since these are not the basic building blocks of cloud infrastructure, they are not expert in it.

Transposit uses what it calls a “human in the loop” methodology in its specialized platform, Sawma said.

“A lot of what IT and operations teams need to do requires a human to think about it and make a decision. . “It’s like, ‘How do we take a human operator and give him superpowers so that we can act on all these hundreds of different tools? – How complex is a modern development stack. “

Transposit provides orchestration for DevOps processes. Its fully integrated, human-made approach to automation enables engineering operations teams to streamline DevOps practices, improve service reliability, and resolve incidents faster. As a link between tools, data and people, Transposit claims to codify institutional knowledge to make processes more efficient.

Transposit’s codeless generator, coupled with developer customization, enables operations to build self-service workflows that empower users to do everything from provisioning infrastructure to creating new accounts and permissions, Sawma said.

New functionality for AWS, GCP, and Azure connectors gives engineering and cloud operations teams immediate access to cloud service data (such as recent deployments, service status across regions and instances of listing) ; to redirect connected cloud services during a server disabled event; and enable service request automation to provision a new EC2 instance, create a new AWS account, or grant new permissions.


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