Cloud Application Manager will be announcing a new feature this week and I am really excited because it has solved one of my biggest pain points as a developer. I’ll give you a sneak preview of how this feature will benefit developers in this blog post!
Developer Pain Point
One of the most common challenges that software developers face are the differences between our development and test environments and actual production environments. As developers, we’re busy building cool features so when those features behave as expected in development environments, but show unexpected errors in production environments, it is quite a disappointment. This introduces delays in the development-test-fixing-test-push cycle and, frequently, friction between developers, testers, commercial teams and, obviously, customers and finally users. The gap is even wider when deploying your applications in the cloud, because some features work as expected in one cloud provider but might fail in another provider. This is exactly the problem containerization is trying to solve.
Typical Development Environment Scenario
Each developer may have installed on his computer a complete development environment, a replica of the production environment, by using a fast and automatic deployment. This dedicated environment allows each developer to make tests as soon as necessary, without any wait time.
What Developers Want
For a more agile development process, I want my development environment to be able to detect in real time each change in the source code, so I can visualize and test those changes immediately, creating transparency between the developer and operations.
Cloud Application Manager is already solving part of the problem related to the differences between cloud providers through workload mobility, and now it’ll resolve the problem with your local development environment too. To learn how, stay tuned for our news this Friday.
Want to Learn More About Cloud Application Manager and ElasticKube?
Cloud Application Manager is a powerful, scalable platform for deploying applications into production across any cloud infrastructure – private, public or hosted. It provides interactive visualization to automate application provisioning, including configuration, deployment, scaling, updating and migration of applications in real-time. Offering two approaches to cloud orchestration — Cloud Application Manager and ElasticKube — enterprise IT and developers alike can benefit from multi-cloud flexibility.
Visit the Cloud Application Manager product page to learn more.