Through the standardization of microservice creation we can solve the problems they bring, further empower horizontal scaling, and empower service reuse like never before!
Snappi isn't just a set of standards - its also a command-line interface (CLI) that enforces these standards while making it easier than ever to create, interact with, and deploy microservices. With a few simple commands, you can have your entire infrastructure up and running!
Quickly configure your microservice and make it immediately compatible with any other Snappi services.
All snappi-powered microservices know exactly how to interact with their peer services, and as such can be installed just like local libraries!
Easily create deployment environments and register servers to them. Snappi supports everything ranging from AWS and Azure to local machines and co-located data centers!
Snappi replaces all your PaaS needs! With your service configured, dependencies registered, and environments specified, Snappi is fully ready to deploy!
Many large technology companies have implemented microservices as a crucial part of their infrastructure, but many of them are beginning to run into problems that stem from inadequate planning up-front. By standardizing implementation, Snappi aims to solve these growing pains, and further expand the notion of horizontal application scaling.
For the next two months the best way to contribute is keeping up with our product roadmap series. The response we receive - and discussions that stem from this feedback - will shape the alpha product planned for release in February 2017.
Contribution comes in a number of ways. To start, feedback on the product blog posts will define the alpha product. In the future, providing fixes for bugs or features, answering other users' questions, and updating documentation will all help develop a microservice blueprint that's shared amongst the community. We'll open the Snappi code repositiories on GitHub upon the alpha release.