Bayware is infrastructure as code that securely and automatically connects your workloads wherever you deploy them.
Securely interconnects widely-distributed microservices. Works seamlessly across public and private clouds. Supports any mix of VMs and or containers.
Bayware automates secure workload portability whether or not you've mastered Kubernetes and Services Meshes.
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Bayware brings everything an opeations teams needs for automating cross-cloud, cross-cluster, cross-VPC application service connectivity into a single solution owned and operated by each DevOps team as part of their CI.
Bayware is infrastructure as code that becomes part of the code set for each application.
Other solutions are part of the necessary infrastructure as code, but leave a lot out - IP address management, service discovery, security, routing and more.
With Bayware, you need no bolt on SDNs to succeed now and into the future with simple and secure software that makes your workloads permanently portable. We will help you get started fast and make you self-sufficient going forward.
Bayware is a modern cloud migration platform that enables you to give every application its own secure, isolated overlay network all in software.
Bayware's service interconnection fabric including the service graph intent declaration, is truly Infrastructure as Code that is uniquely well suited for distributed cloud use cases.
Bayware requires only IP access to Linux hosts to automatically fulfill in software everything DevOps needs for their application's cloud-agnostic networking and multi-layer security. See our definition of infrastructure as code.
Bayware differentiated features:
A whole raft of tools including many virtual network functions (VNFs) have appeared to connect application services across clouds.
With Bayware, your team can migrate application services without using this raft of network-as-infrastructure tools. The operations team does not have to acquire, master, and configure any specialized SDN, VNFs, or cloud-VPC settings. Jump into the details in our Documentation.
Bayware with any client-side load balancer delivers a service mesh that's much easier to implement and use. For more see our blog.
Client-side load balancer
Service registry and discovery
Container Network Interface
Firewall, ACL, IPAM, vRouter, VPNGW (SDN)
Cloud VPCs: Subnets, Security Groups
DevOps + SecOps
DevOps + NetOps
SecOps + NetOps
Cloud specialists +
Create new services at a very high rate of speed—and change them—so your business can keep pace in a continuous development world.