Cloud Container Automation Platform
Stratus5 empowers enterprise customers by providing a comprehensive solution for secure cloud container automation.
Stratus5 seamlessly deploys, automates, and secures cloud containers (including Docker) for any application, on any cloud hosting provider.
Our platform is multi-cloud, and 100% cloud agnostic. We simultaneously deploy to multiple cloud partners such as AWS, Google Cloud, IBM, etc.
Our platform works with any tech stack, application, and most cloud providers.
Advanced Container Security
The Stratus5 architecture was designed to provide secure data isolation between containers and customers.
Stratus5 has already deployed over 1+ million containers in our secure virtual network environment.
1-Click Live App Deployments
By delivering apps in a “1-click live” solution it easily enables customers to trial apps before they buy them.
This increases Software-as-a-Service conversion rates, and enables developers to focus on building better products and services instead of having to worry about cloud plumbing.
Multi-Instance Micro-service Architecture
Stratus5 has engineered an advanced micro-service architecture leveraging Docker (and other containers) into a scalable container management & dev ops platform
Cloud Server Manager
Cloud Server Manager is a system admin control panel for managing regions, server farms, servers, resources, resource types, configuration groups, global config, and monitoring. It is the control panel for managing your cloud infrastructure.
Cloud Container Manager
Cloud Container Manager is a docker container management system for managing deployed containers, repositories, images, and hosting nodes. It is the admin panel to easily manage and scale millions of containers.
Cloud Application Manager
Cloud Application Manager (CAM) is an admin panel to manage partners, hosting, and revenue. At the customer level, CAM allows customers to manage applications, save images, clone images, access terminal, and logs. CAM also manages customer invoicing, subscriptions, pricing plans, and customer deployments, as well as a full analytics platform to track churn, plans, subscriptions, recurring revenue, lifetime value, and forecasts. It is the control panel to manage, and automate your own software as a service business.
Frequently Asked Questions
While container technology such as Docker is new, Stratus5 isn’t. We were founded in 2008, and have been on the forefront of container technology for over half a decade. This is why we have three major product lines that all work seamlessly together while our competitors are still trying to solve problems we solved years ago. Our platforms serve a wide range of business applications from banking, to web apps, to VOIP, to any application you can run on a server.
It may come as a surprise to many people that our solutions are fully production ready, and has already been battle tested at an enterprise level with our existing customers. In fact, we’ve been deploying over 400 containers per day for well over a year now, and our system is fully scalable into the millions.
Is your solution production ready?
Absolutely. We’ve been deploying over 400 enterprise level applications per day for over a year now, and have deployed over 1 million containers.
Is your container solution secure?
The Stratus5 architecture is designed to provide secure data isolation between containers and customers offering a wide range of encryption and security implementations.
What kind of clients do you work with?
We can containerize and deploy just about any tech stack, and application. This includes anything from web applications such as WordPress, to internal software, to more complex server side applications. In other words, we can put most applications in a container enabling them to be easily automated, secured, and scaled in the cloud.
How much does it cost?
Our Cloud Application Manager is free to try.
We use a revenue sharing model in which you only pay us after a customer deploys your application. In other words, we only get paid if you get paid. We offer flexible revenue sharing, and in some cases we can offer a flat fee per container for basic applications such as WordPress, or Drupal.