The RackN Digital Rebar platform helps organizations build end-to-end infrastructure as code (IaC) workflows for any...
Infrastructure as Code (IaC) enables a predictable assembly line for infrastructure delivery. Our robust automation development processes are the core building block to helping our customers operate resilient and scalable IT systems.
IaC does more than help control and provide visibility into infrastructure. It provides a way to adapt any infrastructure automation workflow when the underlying technology changes. It creates abstraction boundaries, making it possible to change the technologies and vendors in your supply chain. By embracing IaC, your automation is ready to rapidly adapt to the latest requirements.
As your organization’s digital transformation adopts IaC practices, you can treat technology platforms as a commodity and create new opportunities for the entire business.
Our customer used the Golang API and Infrastructure as Code features of RackN to seamlessly connect self-managed infrastructure into existing pipelines to run 1000s of builds without human intervention.
Systems and Storage Team
Top 5 Media Streaming Company
Digital Rebar Infrastructure as Code Features
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Drive collaboration intent by creating multi-author, reusable, and descriptive components.
Gain insights to your company’s infrastructure pipeline. Discover the current state of your entire infrastructure.
Seamless end-to-end processes save time by eliminating clumsy hand-offs between people and tools.
Take control of your IT delivery chain and prove your technology initiatives are on time, under budget, and consistently secure.
Learn more about the Digital Rebar’s IaC design principles.
- Distributed Ops
RackN Digital Rebar Capabilities
Infrastructure as Code
Orchestration as Code
Enable Creation of an end-to-end pipeline capable of infrastructure coordination and automation of DevOps Day 2 operations.