EPAM CLoud Service provides a comprehensive federated application orchestration framework that advances lean engineering practices, enables full cycle, continuous solution delivery, reduces time to market and focuses on improving quality.

  • Hybrid Cloud

    One of the main EPAM Cloud features is the ability to work with both private regions and public clouds, providing our users with the hybrid cloud facilities. We paid much attention to hybridization, and providing our users with unified tools that can be equally used to create and manage infrastructures on different platforms.

    • AWS

      One of EPAM Orchestration aims was to unify working with Hybrid Clouds. We paid much attention to improving AWS integration with EPAM Orchestration, so that the user feels minimum difference when working with two cloud providers.

    • Azure

      Integration with Microsoft Azure allows you to access Microsoft Azure facilities via EPAM Orchestrator, and use Orchestrator to create, manage and monitor Azure-based instances same way you do it with EPAM and AWS-based ones.

    • Private Regions

      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.

    • Google Cloud Platform

      Google Cloud Platform is one of the leading cloud providers. At the beginning of 2017, EPAM Cloud supported GCP as one of the possible options for obtaining virtual infrastructions by EPAM project teams.

  • Maestro CLI

    Maestro Command Line Interface (CLI) is a REST client for EPAM Cloud Orchestrator. It is intended to perform Orchestrator commands via remote command line by sending server API requests using REST API without the need to install any 3rd party utilities (e.g. cURL, Poster).

  • Maestro SDK

    Many projects develop their automation tools to deploy infrastructures in Cloud, and to integrate their environmetns with EPAM Orchestrator to exchange data. With a proper SDK, automation and integration become much easier and faster, and EPAM Orchestrator shares its API methods with the rest of the EPAM community to allow other projects to adapt them to their needs.

  • Maestro API

    Your interaction with EPAM Orchestrator - Stage Setup in particular - results in a set of parameters to host applications and configure net access. These are called hosting and network plans respectively and stored as xml files. The API Reference Guide that you can find in the Documentation section contains sample xml network and hosting plans illustrating creation of basic resources, configuration of Cloud services, addition of instances and other operations performed by Orchestrator, reflected in xml.

  • EPAM Cloud Blog

    EPAM Cloud Orchestration team works not only on developing and supporting our product, they also take their time to share their knowledge and experience.We have a number of resources for all those who want to get acquainted with EPAM Cloud as well as for those who are interested in latests news, new tips and decisions. These resources contain the best cloud-related articles written by our engineers and developers. The collection is being constantly updated and reviewed, to help our readers go with the times: