Perhaps you are trying to streamline the deployment and operation of cloud native SaaS applications in multi-location enterprise environments. Or maybe you are in the process of modernizing your application architecture for a multi-location enterprise environment.
Or maybe you're a software vendor, system integrator, or service provider seeking to run multiple workloads on customer premises and at the network edge. Or you're trying to apply machine learning or computer vision models to IoT data aggregated at the source, and without getting locked-in with a cloud or network provider.
If any of these scenarios apply to you, you are in the business of running cloud native edge applications
2You.io Edge Mesh is a managed service that offers cloud orchestration and ALM (Application Lifecycle Management).
Users create private edge clouds or cloudlets that span private, on-premise sites such as an enterprise branch, campus, telco central office, mobile access, smart building or home, as well as public edge footprint in edge data centers, colocation facilities, and public clouds.
It uniquely enables workload mobility within the cloudlet, both between edge nodes as well as from the edge into central public or private clouds. It automatically detects and directs end points to best available edge nodes in the mesh based on the service requested, load, proximity, and policy.
How it Works
Cloudlet nodes boot into 2You.io Edge Mesh and within 15 minutes of installation become available for centralized, programmatic orchestration, monitoring, and application deployment.
Using VPN connection it utilizes any form of trusted or untrusted network, wired, wireless, or satellite and provides network level abstractions, allowing DevOps teams and cloud tenants to carry out operations across cloud overlays that consist of anywhere from 20 to 1,000 nodes at a time, using a single API call.
The 2You.io Edge Mesh back-end is implemented using event-driven, microservice-based architecture, exposing a number of cloud-based APIs.
The back-end provides a number of cloud orchestration and ALM services to facilitate deployment of cloud native edge applications including containers, container orchestrators such as Kubernetes, and “serverless” functions.