Appvia announced the launch of Appvia Wayfinder, an innovative solution designed to empower application and platform teams while enhancing business efficiency. Appvia Wayfinder provides self-service infrastructure and cloud resources to application teams, centralised control to platform teams, and, ultimately, increased developer productivity for businesses.
Appvia Wayfinder offers a simplified and commoditised approach to the cloud for developers without getting slowed down by complexity or ticketing systems while still providing control to platform teams, all while allowing application teams to self-provision resources. With its innovative features, Appvia Wayfinder allows developers to focus on creating value for their businesses rather than getting bogged down by infrastructure and cloud resources.
Appvia Wayfinder’s platform has a feature called “automated workload isolation”, which helps to make it more secure. This feature separates the workloads of different teams and projects from each other and controls who can access specific data and applications through “role-based access control” (RBAC).
“Technology infrastructure is not getting any simpler. It’s getting more complex every day, and this is where Appvia Wayfinder comes in,” said Jon Shanks, CEO of Appvia. “Our solution is designed to simplify cloud infrastructure while providing the necessary control and adherence to best practices. With Appvia Wayfinder, developers can focus on creating business value without being bogged down by infrastructure complexities.”
The platform also makes it easy for users to create their own environments, clusters, applications, and components. They can choose from a pre-defined list of “Terraform modules”, which are managed by the platform team. Additionally, users can generate their own access tokens to integrate with other software tools and create temporary clusters and test environments.
The platform is a cloud-native solution providing organisations with a simplified approach to cloud infrastructure and resources.