The goal of modernization is to foster innovation by increasing developer productivity without compromising operational efficiency. On the contrary, an application modernization process is often tedious and time-consuming. Developers spend a considerable amount of time figuring out the nuances of the infrastructure and mapping it to their application stack. For instance, deploying a Java-based application not only requires an architectural transformation to microservices, but also requires an understanding of the network, storage, performance (CPU/Memory utilization), installation, and upgrade configurations before it can be containerized and deployed to Kubernetes. Once those configurations are mapped out, developers have to learn containerization technologies and Kubernetes before the application can be built and deployed to Kubernetes. The transformation does not stop here as the process is not complete without end-to-end DevOps automation, which includes CI/CD automation, continuous monitoring, and alerting capabilities.
Introducing gopaddle: gopaddle is a no-code Kubernetes platform that helps the developers, DevOps engineers, and SREs to build, deploy and maintain cloud-native applications in the fastest, cheapest and simplest way.
With the recent release v4.2.3, the gopaddle platform has introduced a simple, yet powerful mechanism to modernize and onboard the applications to Kubernetes.
As soon as you log into the gopaddle platform, you can see the ‘Quick Start Wizard’ button in the top navigation panel. Once you click on that, you will land on the quick start launch wizard. It has 9 steps.
The docker command does the scaffolding process and automatically builds the application, pushes the docker image to the Docker registry, enables CI, scans for vulnerability, and deploys the application to the chosen Kubernetes cluster.
In the entire process, developers do not have to worry about configuring multiple tools or writing Docker or Kubernetes manifests. Developers can now focus on the architectural transformation, while gopaddle Quick start wizard does the end-to-end Docker & Kubernetes transformation.
gopaddle also provides a set of pre-built pipeline templates that can be customized and reused. For instance, the Azure DevOps pipeline template can be configured for customized workflow.
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