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New Release: Experiencing brand-new application deployment management with Walrus


On April 12, Seal Software (Seal) announced the launch of Walrus, a new-generation unified application deployment management platform. It adopts the concept of platform engineering, lowers the complexity of infrastructure operations and provides developers and DevOps teams an easy-to-use, consistent application management and deployment experience.

Platform Engineering focuses on reducing the complexity and uncertainty of modern software delivery, optimizing the developer experience and accelerating the speed at which product teams create value for customers.

Hence, Walrus provides developers an upper abstract layer that shields infrastructure, supports heterogeneous infrastructure, provides application multi-deployment management and outstanding Day2 DevOps ability. Meanwhile, it also simplifies the generation of application modules by leveraging OpenAI's GPT to reduce complexity and trivial work in the software development process, helping users accelerate application delivery.

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Unique Application Deployment Management Framework

As cloud-native technology sees a major explosion in the industry, more and more organizations are migrating their businesses to the cloud and adopting cloud-native approaches to application deployment. However, it is risky to completely migrate all business to the cloud. As a result, most organizations are adopting hybrid IT architectures, but it raises IT complexity.

Research shows that developers spend 25% of their time on DevOps work due to increased system complexity. In order to lower such complexity, and reduce developers and DevOps engineers' burden, and optimize the application deployment experience, Walrus provides the following capabilities:

 Support heterogeneous infrastructure, including traditional and cloud-native deployments.Walrus supports any Kubernetes cluster, public cloud or private cloud infrastructure, and deploy and manage multi-cloud and hybrid cloud applications under a unified framework.

 Providing upper tier abstraction that shields infrastructure. With this feature, developers can have the same application management experience as DevOps experts without the need to learn  knowledge of infrastructure (Kubernetes/Cloud Services).

 Application multi-deployment management. Users manage multiple deployment instances, thereby simplifying application management and promoting better collaboration among developers.

 Outstanding Day2 DevOps capabily. Day2 refers to the period starting from application launch to end of software lifecycle. Walrus provides functions such as application deployment, upgrade, destruction, debugging, log viewing, and remote Shell connection.

 Flexible integration ability. It can be directly integrated into an existing CI/CD pipeline or integrated as a functional module into an internal developer platform.

 Multiple environment management. The environment is the deployment target of the application. With the help of the environment management feature, developers can self-deploy the application without knowing the details of the underlying environment. Seal application abstraction can be deployed in multiple sets and environments.

Simplified Application Module Generation with AIGC

The application modules in Walrus are designed according to the DRY (Don't Repeat Yourself) principle, which allows users to reuse and precipitate the best practices of software development and DevOps.

In the latest version, ChatGPT has been integrated to Walrus. Users can create application module codes by inputting natural language descriptions, and perform error correction and interpretation on the generated codes, further simplifying application  deployment.

In addition, Walrus application modules have good scalability and can be well integrated to mainstream platforms and systems. Walrus provides and supports applications modules, and it reduces the complexity of infrastructure. Thus, development and DevOps teams can focus on their own tasks.

Multi-Dimensional Visualization of Cloud Costs Enabling FinOps

According to Flexera State of the Cloud 2023 Report, which has been published for 12 consecutive years, it is  shown that for the first time, FinOps became the biggest challenge facing cloud decision makers. And according to internal estimates from the survey respondents, organizations waste an average of 28% of their cloud spending. As a result, cost management has become a pressing issue for organizations.

Walrus offers cost calculation and apportionment of resource expenses and shared expenses (e.g. management expenses) in the cloud-native environment, and Walrus has a built-in multi-dimensional cost analysis view, it provides users with cost insight.

Users can also customize cost views based on dimensions such as clusters, projects, and applications. With multi-view and multi-dimensional cost visualization, it helps enterprises to reduce costs and increase efficiency.


Give it a go and try Walrus now!

With increasing demand for automated testing and development tools, software and system complexity inevitably increases. In order to ensure the efficiency of business development, enterprises need to take measures to avoid developers and DevOps burnout, platform engineering, thus, could be one of the best solutions.

Seal is continuously exploring and developing user-friendly platform engineering solutions to reduce the cognitive burden for the developers and simplify DevOps tasks, thereby fully releasing the creativity of the whole team as well as accelerating business innovation.

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