The section contains materials intended for general audience. Here you can find answers to most common questions concerning EPAM Cloud Orchestration Framework as well as guides and tutorials, case studies, based on actually implemented projects and other other resources helping you to get to know EPAM Cloud better.

  • Quick Start

    If you are new to EPAM Cloud, this page will be of great assistance for you. Here, you can find a brief and practical introduction to the EPAM Cloud Orchestration Service, as well as the tips on how to start using it within the shortest time.

  • Cloud For Kids

    EPAM Cloud is a modern and high-tech service based on the most recent solutions and findings in Cloud technologies. However, it takes not much time and effort to get into the basics of EPAM Cloud and to start using it. To make it simple and encouraging, we present a set of cartoons, telling about the Cloud in simple English.

  • Self-Education and Trainings

    EPAM provides a lot of opportunities for self-education, skills development and preparing for a certification. Here, you can benefit from internal courses and working with EPAM trainers, public events and courses, and those supported by Cloud providers as well.

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    Here, you can find the most common questions asked by EPAM Cloud users. For your convenience, the questions are grouped by topic and include not only answers, but also useful references.

    • Security

      The topic contains the answers for the most typical questions, related to the security in Cloud.

    • General Questions

      The topic contains the answers for the most typical "What Is?" questions related to EPAM Cloud.

    • Services

      The topic contains the answers to the most frequent questions related to EPAM Cloud services.

    • CLI

      The topic covers the questions related to CLI setup and commands usage.

    • Billing & Quotas

      The section covers the frequent billing, reporting and quotas-related questions.

    • Infrastructure

      The topic covers the questions on Cloud infrastructure creation and manipulation.

    • Configuration

      Here, the answers for settings and configuration related questions are given.

    • Autoconfiguration

      Here, the answers for autoconfiguraton-related questions are given.

    • Hybrid Cloud

      The topic contains the answers to the most frequently asked questions related to AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform.

    • Network & Connection

      The topic covers the questions related to connecting to VMs and manipulating network settings.

    • Management

      Here you can find the answers on Cloud Project management questions (permissions, roles, personal projects).

    • Issues

      The topic contains the answers to the questions related to most frequent issues and problems.

  • Documentation

    This page represents a single documentation storage for EPAM Cloud. All the papers we publish on our website are automatically gathered at this location.

  • Glossary

  • Case Studies

    This section contains case studies based on actual projects implemented within EPAM Cloud Competency Center.

    • Hybrid Cloud for Developers

      The IT department was tasked with building a hybrid cloud to deliver internal IT infrastructure resources (servers, storage systems, data networks, etc), and also to introduce scale-out capability to external public clouds, such as Amazon.

    • EPAM Cloud Solution

      EPAM Cloud Competency Center delivers EPAM Cloud as a new internal development infrastructure aimed to simplify the existing one, provide faster performance, transparency and manageability, all bases on self-service principles.

    • EPAM Cloud Problem Resolution Consulting

      The request was to review an infrastructure and to suggest possible solutions for issues experienced by the customer at that time. The challenge faced by this project has been amplified as the technical person responsible for all hardware and cloud part configuration had left the company and there was no one able to perform any changes to the infrastructure. The customer's technical staff did not include cloud experts.