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Value of Containerize and Use Cases

Carbonize refactored Microservices containers deployment are similar to Virtual Machines, but they have relaxed isolation properties to share the Operating System among other containers or applications, consequently, containers are lightweight. Similar to a VM, a Carbonize refactored Microservices container has its own filesystem, CPU, memory, process space, and more.

As the container is decoupled from the underlying infrastructure, this allows for simpler portability across multiple clouds and Operating System distributions.

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AI created cloud native Microservices containers.

“Life to Legacy” is the core tenet of Containerize. Do not forgo years of capital investment, time, personnel, corporate strategies and the multitude of features within your monolithic Linux Virtual Machines workloads built over many working layers and many years.

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Deployment of Containerize refactored Microservices Containers.

Depending on your company’s business direction and IT or Cloud deployment requirements, you can duplicate or create images of your Microservice container to further deploy into a Production, Development and HA (or Disaster Recovery/Back Up environment). This allows you to continue to take advantage of all the benefits of containers while using your container like you would have when it was a monolithic application.

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Containerize created containers are so quick that your Cloud Journey begins within hours.

With time to market and costs pressures removed, it will inevitably change the way you had originally intended to plan out your digital transformation. Having removed some of the biggest challenges facing a large majority of companies on this Cloud Journey , you may begin by containerizing your legacy systems first and shift these to the cloud as part of you first phase of digital transformation.

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Preparation time for Cloud

With time to market and costs pressures removed, it will inevitably change the way you had originally intended to plan out your digital transformation. Having removed some of the biggest challenges facing a large majority of companies on this Cloud Journey , you may begin by containerizing your legacy systems first and shift these to the cloud as part of you first phase of digital transformation.

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IoT and Edge Container Deployments on scale

Until now it was impossible to run a VM workload on IoT and Edge devices due to the very basic premise– i.e. IoT or Edge devices do not have a Hypervisor. With Containerize, you now can Containerize your desired VM workloads and deploy them as Microservices containers across all your desired IoT or Edge devices depending on the tasks and requirements of the IoT or Edge devices.

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Build your VM to Containerize it

Building a VM is at times simpler and much faster than building and preparing for deployment than a Container is with a CI/CD pipeline and other expensive DevOps processes and time. With Containerize, you could effectively do exactly that, Containerize it and shift it to any cloud your business has deemed worthy.

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Configure Securely

As you configure your virtual Machine, rather than hardcoding IP addresses and ports, use the Loop back IP address (127.0.0.1) and your port number so that all of your applications communications are local. This means when you containerize all of the communications stay within the container and therefore don’t require reconfiguration.

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Keep your investments when you go Cloud Native

Our simplified process of containerization removes the cumbersome process of starting from “scratch” using the CI/CD process and displacing your existing staff by hiring developers for the purposes of moving to cloud native. Instead, we enable organisations to use their existing I.T staff and virtual machines (refactored into container images) as portable cloud native workloads across any public or private Cloud.

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Resource isolation and utilization

Containerizing virtual machines allows for predictable application performance while also providing high efficiency and density to your workloads on any cloud provider or containerization engine.

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With Containerize, Vendor lock is a thing of the past

When we create you a Microservices container, it will be vendor and cloud agnostic and can be literally lifted and shifted to any cloud or On-Premise location as a Cloud. If you are no longer happy with the prices or service level arrangement being given, you may move your Microservices container far simpler than any VM would of been. Business leaders can now feel comfortable when selecting a cloud provider as you now have the flexibility to drive a better business outcome.

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Containers are much more cost effective than your VM

VMs are constantly active, even when they are not being utilized. Adding up to a multiplier of costs by keeping the Virtual Machine on even when no requests are being sent to it. By using Containerize, your newly refactored Container will only “be on” when it is in use. Also, the savings on a multitude of licensing costs such as the Virtual Machine licenses, Operating System and other licenses that are no longer required.

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Reduce your infrastructure costs

Containerize Automated Microservices ensures you can refactor your Legacy VMs quickly as containers from your on-premise environment to the cloud, if that is your strategy. This will drive an OPEX business model in line with other business processes within your company.

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Eliminate Container Sprawl

When contemplating microservice Containers, you and your business lines need to strongly consider the time and cost of container sprawl management of the hundreds to thousands of additional containers you may be adding to your organisation for a limited number of applications. With Microservices Containers, this allows you to get the best of both worlds, being a digitally modern business with a hybrid cloud, cloud native strategy whilst not having to deal with headache of container sprawl in your business.

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50% reduction in DevOps time and costs

One of the many limiting factors of any digital cloud transformation or the journey to the cloud is the costs and time of DevOps, losing your legacy VMs through the conventional processes that would have you containerize all you own through a complete microservices re-build and resource investment in development personnel . Containerize refactored Microservices, allows you to keep your legacy monolith by refactoring it into a cloud native container.

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Carbonize Refactored Microservices versus Manually Created Microservices

The vast majority of businesses, with limited IT staff, will find manually created containers and their management challenging. Carbonize created Microservices allows them to refactor their legacy VMs as they are and shift these workloads to their chosen private or public cloud as cloud native containers and manage them as if they were using the original VM but as a Microservice Containers OR manage these cloud native within their existing CI/CD pipeline on any runtime.

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Hidden Costs of meetings

Businesses and business units will meet often with their key stake holders over a course of many months or years, to ensure that the journey to the cloud begins and ends successfully. For example, scrums, have many elements, one of the critical components are people. These employees tend to be highly skilled therefore highly paid individuals, who focus on these tasks. The complex nature of digital transformation means increased time and high costs, there is no way around this using the conventional methods of today. With Containerize, you can reduce the workload by a considerable amount and begin your cloud journey within days.