Editors note: This post was originally published on New Relic’s blog
At Apcera we believe that legacy applications should always run as first class citizens within your modern infrastructure. This means that it’s critical for all apps to be united by a single policy, governance and security fabric to ensure that best practices are automated within your environment. Most enterprises today—even those using modern technologies like containers—are still reliant on business critical applications born from code that could be well over a decade old.
The cloud has created new opportunities for telcos and developers to deliver innovative, mission-critical communications apps. But, despite the ease and faster time-to-market promised by the cloud, the benefits didn't always add up for them. They often ran into challenges when trying to deploy, scale and secure real-time apps.
2014 has been a tremendous year of growth for Apcera as a team and a company. I’d like to take this time to highlight some milestones and look forward to what’s in store for 2015.
If you’re using or adopting new cloud technologies, the AWS re:Invent conference in Las Vegas is the place to be next week, November 11-14, 2014. This conference will feature some of the best and brightest cloud technologies that are out in the marketplace. Apcera’s Continuum platform is one of them.