Since the beginning with computer software, the evolutionary journey software takes is typically a modernization journey. Re-platforming, re-factoring, re-architecting, and even re-hosting (from Amazon’s 6 R’s) are all part of Application Modernization. Migrating to Microservices is a popular Application Modernization to take on today.
The journey of building smaller deployable units has been going on for a while. Going from a monolith to microservices is a journey that, in the end, yields more deployable units. An entire application or platform can be decomposed into smaller functional areas which can independently scale and be deployed.
As applications are decomposed into smaller pieces e.g .Microservices, deployment complexity increases. The more pieces you have, the more you have to deploy. Harness, with its self-service and convention-based deployments, makes scaling deployments easy. Harness erases complexity around deployment strategy, verification and rollbacks.
Learn how iHerb, global eCommerce leader for natural healthcare products, migrated to the cloud with Kubernetes and Harness and reduced deployment time to <20 minutes, thus eliminating babysitting of deployments.
SaaS provider LogMeIn found its legacy tool deployments became too complex to manage and standardized its Continuous Delivery with Harness. Since migrating to Harness, they’ve reduced deployment time, toil, and effort by over 95%.
Traditional applications are those not running in a Linux container e.g Docker, Mesos, etc. With the rise of cloud native technologies, many applications are still traditional. As such, supporting only the latest container orchestrators like Kubernetes leaves traditional apps behind.
Harness is ubiquitous where you deploy to. Harness can deploy to almost any infrastructure, ranging from physical servers to serverless providers. Harness has the ability to even orchestrate Application Server deployments such as JBoss and Tomcat.
SaaS company Relativity selects Harness over Spinnaker for Continuous Delivery. See how Harness was able to support their native Windows services in addition to Azure microservices.
Harness supports every major cloud provider and supports traditional on-premises clouds/DCs. Learn more about our Continuous Delivery model and how customers use Harnes to onboard new Kubernetes Microservices.
Containers, or Linux Containers, are popular packaging and virtualization methods for running multiple isolated systems on a host system. Since containers package all needed system and application dependencies, agility can be achieved by shipping exactly what you need.
Harness supports multiple methods of orchestrating containers such as Kubernetes and Amazon ECS. Harness can interact with a variety of container registries from public cloud providers such as ECR/GCR and private registries on your own infrastructure.
Containers are made to die and the purpose of container orchestrators are to maintain a schedule (minimums and maximums) of running containers and resource management by placing containers on the most appropriate resources/nodes.
Harness can interact with multiple container orchestrators. No matter if deploying to Kubernetes or Amazon ECS, Harness has the ability to be ubiquitous when interacting with a container orchestration. Harness out of the box provides scaffold deployments to several popular orchestrators.
CI/CD SaaS tools primarily focus on Kubernetes, but have forgotten about ECS customers along the way. Harness understands that many customers are happy with their ECS environments and don’t have plans to move to Kubernetes. See how the Harness ECS Experience empowers developers to automate their deployments without having to manage deployment scripts and various failure conditions during deployment.
Learn about the modern-day container orchestrator and why it’s become so important to your Kubernetes journey. Also see how Harness provides a powerful orchestration layer working with your Kubernetes investment.