Continuum is a policy-driven platform that gives IT the agility it wants and the governance it needs.
In my most recent blogs, I explained what the hybrid cloud is, and why, despite its popularity, many enterprises are feeling frustrated about their deployments. The problem, I noted...
Amid increasing complexity, your IT experiences a trade-off: Go faster with increased risk, or maintain safety at the expense of speed. Continuum eliminates this trade-off by empowering developers to deploy quickly and operations to run safely — all with seamless governance.
Easy to implement, legacy compatible, and powerful enough to provide the IT security backbone for your entire organization, Continuum offers smarter and better control.
Your enterprise doesn’t just deploy apps. Your platform shouldn’t either. Yet today’s platforms excel only at deploying web apps.
Continuum gives you workload diversity in a single platform, which means you can rapidly deploy anything (e.g., apps, services, containers, OS).
In increasingly complex environments, it’s hard to manage how workloads connect and communicate with each other.
Continuum helps you manage how workload systems are composed, from discovery and addressing to connecting and load balancing. Continuum does this in a transparent way to maximize trust in and value of your systems.
IT policies are implemented manually with little visibility. There’s no single, consistent policy solution, which leads to increased risk.
Continuum’s built-in policy standardizes the way policy is created, applied, and enforced at scale. Policy is easy and instant, never in your way.