EPC Services

EPAM Cloud offers you a set of services, related to Cloud utilization. The main one is Cloud Computing Service (C2S), that allows you to create and manage your own infrastructure in Cloud. The others complement C2S and make it more effective.

These services are software solutions that allow you to install and manipulate a component, necessary for your project, with a simple set of Maestro CLI commands. This functionality is meant to simplify your work with Orchestrator and give you the additional infrastructure monitoring and management tools.

The Auto Configuration Service, Cloud Monitoring Service, Load Balancer Service and Log Aggregation Service can be managed via the Manage Services Wizard on the Cloud Management Console as well as via the Maestro CLI.

Other services are managed via the Maestro CLI.

  • Cloud Computing Service (C2S)

    EPAM C2S is a core EPAM Cloud service providing cloud infrastructure and related resources as a high scale, multi-tenant private IaaS service. EPAM Cloud operates on the self-service basis with users deploying operating system images and running their applications as needed.

  • Cloud Networking Service (CNS)

    Providing a high quality Cloud service is impossible without providing a sufficient range of tools that allow to manipulate networking settings within the created Cloud infrastructures. EPAM Cloud includes a number of solutions that cover both connection and security aspects of the subject and allow to manipulate networking settings within the created Cloud infrastructures.

  • Cloud Block Storage Service (CBS)

    The other core service provided by EPAM Cloud is a Cloud Block Storage service, that allows performing various manipulations related to storage resources. This includes default system disk provisioning, working with additional storage volumes, disk recovery points, and VM images.

  • Infrastructure Scheduling Service (CRON)

    EPAM Orchestrator allows scheduling instance manipulation so that their state is automatically changed when needed, allowing to optimize the infrastructure load and costs. The schedules are set up with cron expressions that are to be specified according to the specific rules.

  • Cloud Security Service(CS2)

    EPAM Cloud Service is subject to the general security policies adopted by EPAM Systems. Additionally, it strictly follows the Cloud-specific security rules and regulations..

  • Cloud Identity Service (SSH)

    SSH (Secure Shell) is a protocol providing secure connection over an insecure network. Authentication using SSH keys is widely used for remote login. EPAM Cloud supports SSH key management, storage and usage in accessing its services.

  • Auto Configuration Service (ACS)

    Auto Configuration service allows Cloud users to run pre-installed sets of software, effectively eliminating the need to install and configure it manually. The service is based on Opscode Chef tool and uses Ruby system configuration scripts.

  • Terraform As A Service(TAS)

    Terraform allows to build, version and manage your infrastructure within the Infrastructure as a Code approach. The infrastructure it is able to manage can include both low-level and high-level components. This provides a wide range of opportunities for EPAM Cloud users.

  • Telemetry As A Service (TMS)

    Telemetry as a Service allows collecting and storing your infrastructure metrics - CPU utilization, disk Read/Write operations and network traffic. The service is based on Gnocchi, a metrics database platform, and collectd, a service collecting the instance metrics and sending them to Gnocchi.

  • Cloud Monitoring Service (CMS)

    EPAM Orchestrator provides the users with a set of monitoring tools that allow to get information on different aspects of the service performance:
    - Default Gnocchi/collectd-based monitoring (EPAM monitoring)
    - Telemetry as a Service, based on Gnocchi/collectd
    - Zabbix monitoring service
    - CloudWatch and SSM service

  • Desktop As A Service

    Automated DaaS is a managed, secure Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) solution available for all EPAMers in all EPAM offices from any supported device. It provides EPAM employees with fast and easy access to corporate network, applications and data from the device of their choice by delivering a cloud desktop.

  • CloudWach & SSM (SSM)

    The service allows to setup AWS CloudWatch monitoring over instances in private OpenStack regions. The integration is enabled due to the CloudWatch agent that is integrated with EPAM Orchestrator. The other tool, AWS Systems Management (SSM) Agent, is installed to target VMs after service activation.

  • Cloud Formation Service (CFS)

    EPAM Orchestrator supports integration with Amazon Web Services, and this is not only the ability to run VMs in AWS Cloud, but also the support of the AWS CloudFormation stacks used for automatization of infrastructure setup.

  • Log Aggregation Service (LAS)

    EPAM Cloud Orchestrator provides the users with a GrayLog-based Log Aggregator Service that collects the logs from the specified instances and gives an easy and visual access to them via a web-interface. The service is based on GrayLog v.2.3.1.

  • Load Balancer Service (LBS)

    EPAM Cloud Orchestrator provides the users with a Nginx-based Load Balancing Service that allows the user to arrange load balancing quickly and easily with just a set of CLI commands.

  • Relational Database Service (RDB)

    The Relational Database (RDB) service automatically creates a database entity for your project. It is possible to create several entities within one project/region.

  • Docker Service (DOS)

    The Docker service is a new approach to virtual resources provisioning which allows to create a node hosting a set of containers that share the node resources but are independent in manipulation.

  • OpenShift as a Sevice (OSS)

    Red Hat OpenShift as a Service is a Kubernetes container platform with full-stack automated operations to manage hybrid cloud and multicloud deployments. The service is optimized to improve developer productivity and promote innovation as well as expands Kubernetes with full-stack automated ops to manage hybrid cloud and multicloud deployments.

  • Kubernetes as a Service (KUB)

    Kubernetes is an open-source container management platform delivered by Google. In a containerized infrastructure, applications are deployed as isolated, independent entities, the so-called containers. Containerization has multiple benefits over the traditional deployment - faster and more efficient installation, environment consistency, portability, security.

  • Jenkins as a Service (JaS)

    EPAM Orchestrator was initially created, based on the concept of CI/CD processes automation. EPAM Orchestration is intended to deliver Cloud for developers, providing them with all the capabilities, necessary to build effective CI/CD processes.

  • EPAM CloudApp Engine

    EPAM CloudApp Engine is a cloud run-time environment for applications as containers on scalable resources with minimal configuration management overhead. The platform provides development, management, security, and integration capabilities, also referred to as Shared Infrastructure Services. It is delivered as a self-service over the EPAM Cloud.

  • Gerrit as a Service (GAS)

    Gerrit is a code-review tool working together with Git version control system. Gerrit becomes an additional stage before code commit, where the code is reviewed and analyzed. Such additional review improves code consistency and reduces the chance of errors.

  • Sonar as a Service (SQS)

    Sonar as a Service based on SonarQube is an open-source tool for continuous code quality inspection. Together with Jenkins, Gerrit and Artifactory, it creates a complete CI/CD environment for the EPAM Systems development community.

  • Artifactory as a Service (AFS)

    Artifactory as a Service is a platform service that uses JFrog Artifactory, a universal repository manager that supports software build packages, all major CI/CD platforms, and DevOps tools you already use. Together with Jenkins, Gerrit and SonarQube, Artifactory as a Service forms a consistent CI/CD environment.

  • Messaging Service (MES)

    The Messaging Service allows to set up a RabbitMQ server (v.3.8.5) for message exchange between system components. The service is similar to Amazon SQS.

  • Cloud Support Service (CSS)

    The EPAM Cloud Service includes not only self-service based options, but also provides you with the help of our experts.


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EPAM Cloud Services Guide

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