For VM and container-based applications, Bayware brings cloud-agnostic (i.e. hybrid and multi-cloud), no-config (i.e. automatic and derived directly from application orchestration), zero-trust (i.e. all flows are authenticated, authorized and encrypted), Layer 3 networking as code into the control of DevOps so that networking deploys at DevOps CI/CD speed.
Bayware provides one multi-cloud platform.
Hybrid cloud environments demand applications be deployable anywhere. With Bayware, applications become portable because the network implementation belongs to the application. This means a single network implementation works for every public and private cloud in use, so you take advantage of the scaling, resiliency, and efficiency of multiple public and private cloud-based infrastructure.
You can now move your application to a new cloud provider or split it among several without any change to the definition of the network.
Bayware provides secure hyper-segmentation by default.
Micro-segmentation subdivides business application data into secured flows between workloads. By providing flow-level policy and link encryption, Bayware naturally supports hyper segmentation and a zero-trust, role-based network. Bayware establishes flow-level micro-segmentation, encrypted private-to-public cloud VPN, and encrypted multi-cloud peering.
Security at this level of granularity ensures that the application transmits and receives data only as allowed by the enterprise security policy. You can define additional segments that prevent, for example, internal-facing microservices from communicating with external-facing microservices without needing to ask developers to change the application.
Bayware is all code.
There is no complex stack. Bayware is a simple overlay deployed as code.
Networking functionality and management systems that define and enforce networking services, security, and policy all exist as software – as code – that can be deployed anywhere just like application microservices. This means you get the same development and deployment agility and the same cloud-scaling benefits for your networking functions as you get for your cloud-native applications.
Bayware programmability accelerates services creation and service improvement velocity. That means accelerating compliance approval, application deployment, security enhancements and business improvement in a multcloud deployment.
You create new microprograms by choosing from a simple set of templates representing common patterns the one that delivers the application intent. Then, authorized DevNetSecOps professionals can choose to enhance those - program them - to achieve company goals for security, resource isolation, efficient resource uses, and more without altering the application code or intent.
Moments after a microservice has been improved and deployed, it takes effect wherever those contracts are in use by an application microservice. Network microservices are embedded in an application’s own data stream headers and tell software-based network nodes how to deliver a service — as fast as the data flows.
Bayware eliminates the need to run and update complex routing protocols everywhere across multiple public and private networks. You don’t need to install specialized middleboxes, nor to reconfigure your underlying network devices every time your applications evolves or security policies change.
Bayware accelerates continuous deployment of dynamic applications by eliminating current network constraints imposed by managing network configurations, and securely serves each application’s data communications needs as they change and move across any cloud.