With Qubell, your applications will configure themselves according to with high-level policies defined by administrators. When a new application is launched, it will bootstrap itself, integrate into the system, and the system will adapt to its presence.
Application environments constantly change. Sometimes those changes cause things to break. With Qubell, your application will detect potentially harmful changes and automatically take preventive actions or restore itself back to health.
Qubell empowers your application to continuously optimize itself. For example, an application may decide to parallelize operations, pick the best resource or upgrade itself.
Qubell ensures that only right people can access the right data at the right time. Your application will take actions to make itself less vulnerable to attacks on its runtime infrastructure and data.
Qubell CTO Victoria Livschitz comments on the importance of developer self-service [3:27]
Qubell founder and chief product officer Stan Klimoff discusses how to bridge the gap between developers and operations [2:00]
With a single click, Qubell lets you launch any application as a private sandbox and dispose of it when you're done. Your application will figure out how to construct the right sandbox on demand.
When changes are ready to be rolled out, Qubell safely re-configures affected applications as the system adapts to changes, whether it be a major system-wide upgrade or an incremental update.
Qubell ensures that the right build had been tested in the right environments as the new release moves down the CICD pipeline while automatically maintaining a change log for audit and compliance.
Amidst a constant stream of upgrades, patches, scaling or failover events, Qubell lets administrators know the state of any configuration at any time, track the changes and share application status with colleagues.
“Agility is a critical element of our success. Qubell enables us to test and deploy new features continuously, even for complex
big data-driven applications.”
Kira Makagon, EVP of Innovation, RingCentral
Controllers: Shared, limited capacity
Clouds: AWS, OpenStack
Controllers: Dedicated controllers, pricing based on capacity
Support: Forums, email
Availability SLA: 99.95%
Flexible upgrade plans: Depends on the number of controllers and their capacity.
Clouds: AWS, OpenStack, vCenter
Controllers: Dedicated controllers, unlimited capacity
Availability SLAs: Custom
Integration and customizations:
Architectural consulting, professional services, extensive integration and custom adapters are available on request.
Additional clouds: Custom cloud
adopters created upon request.