Prancer, a company that provides clients with a framework to validate resources that they deploy on the cloud, is excited to announce the release of a new version of the connector for Microsoft Azure. This connector exists within the prancer core validation framework and allows users to connect to the Azure cloud backend for more robust and secure solutions that is built on top of the Azure Cloud.
The Azure connector is just the latest addition to the extensive offerings from prancer. The company is working to provide connectors so that clients can enjoy easy integration into their DevOps Infrastructure as Code (IaC) pipelines. Clients can easily integrate the prancer Azure Connector to their existing Continuous Integration (CI) / Continuous Delivery (CD) pipelines for Infrastructure as Code. Ultimately, these efforts will allow any size or and type of company to take full advantage of cloud services and successfully position themselves for growth.
As with previous connector releases, the Azure connector is available on prancer’s GitHub repository. This means that developers and collaborators from around the world will able to contribute to the connector and help build out its functionality. Working in open source environments allows prancer to remain at the cutting-edge of new technology and continue to offer customers unique solutions for the modern world.
The current version of the Azure connector makes it easier than ever to ensure that all applications meet specific requirements and to simplify testing and compliance issues. Users can now get the most out of their in-house and cloud tools.
Prancer was created with the goal of providing any size business with a cloud validation framework that enables cloud governance and multi-cloud validation. By understanding the needs of today’s clients, creating innovative solutions and collaborating through open source networks, we are working to make cloud technology more secure and versatile.
To learn more about Prancer and how we can help your company, contact us today.