CloudLogic believes in Infrastructure As A Code so it can check it into version control not only to get versioning but also have an incremental history of who changed what, how is the infrastructure actually defined at any given point of time which leads to transparency of documentation that anybody lack in a traditional point and click environment. It's really the versioning of it, the reusability of the code, and the ability to then do automation on top of it that makes it special.
CloudLogic uses Ansible to automate configuration management, orchestration, application deployment, cloud provisioning, and a number of other IT requirements. Ansible is used for configuration deployment which helps in making changes in newly-deployed machines and reconfigure them. CloudLogic allows users to manage and control the multi-tier deployments in a secure manner. It also helps them with collaboration tools so that the team members can be informed using email and Slack with integrated notifications.
CloudLogic uses Chef for flexible IT automation which uses recipes in the form of instructions for web-server configuration, databases, and load balancers. The recipes in Chef define the components in the infrastructure and how those components can be deployed, configured and managed. The configuration policy of Chef allows users to define infrastructure as code. Its development tools can test configuration updates on workstations, development infrastructure, and cloud instances. Chef packages the configurations into JSON files called cookbooks, and runs the software in client-server mode (Chef-server) and Chef-solo.
CloudLogic uses Puppet using which developers and operations teams can securely deliver and operate software (infrastructure, applications) anywhere. It enables users to understand and act on the changes that take place in applications along with the in-depth reports and real-time alerts. Users can identify those changes, and remediate the issues. The infrastructure is treated as a code by Puppet, which helps in easier reviewing and testing of configurations across all the environments-development, test, and production.