Torque platform simplifies deployment and management of cloud environments on Azure
Quali, the award-winning provider of Environments-as-a-Service infrastructure automation solutions, announced that its Torque platform is now available to Microsoft Azure users on the Azure Marketplace. Torque improves the productivity of DevOps teams by providing a self-service platform that enables application developers to access complete cloud environments, improving overall development velocity in a secure, governed, and consistent way.
Torque works by allowing DevOps practitioners to create a catalogue of blueprints defined and configured according to company best practices, leveraging existing Infrastructure as Code scripts layered with the data, services, and application requirements to deliver a complete environment. Those blueprints are then available to developers via self-service through their existing CLI and IDE tools. Torque also integrates seamlessly with existing DevOps tools such as CircleCI, Jenkins, GitHub and many more to ensure a complete solution.
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