AWS Proton is the first fully managed delivery service for container and serverless applications. Platform engineering teams can use AWS Proton to connect and coordinate all the different tools needed for infrastructure provisioning, code deployments, monitoring, and updates.
Maintaining hundreds – or sometimes thousands – of microservices with constantly changing infrastructure resources and continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) configurations is a nearly impossible task for even the most capable platform teams.
AWS Proton solves this by giving platform teams the tools they need to manage this complexity and enforce consistent standards, while making it easy for developers to deploy their code using containers and serverless technologies.
AWS Proton enables your developers to adopt and deploy applications using approved stacks that you manage. It delivers the right balance of control and flexibility so that developers can continue to innovate.
Increase developer productivity
AWS Proton lets you adopt new technologies like containers and serverless without slowing your developers down. It gives them infrastructure provisioning and code deployment in a single interface, allowing developers to focus on their code.
Enforce best practices
When you adopt a new feature or best practice, AWS Proton helps you update out-of-date applications with a single click. With AWS Proton, you can provide consistent architecture across your organization.
How it works
Platform teams use AWS Proton to create a stack that defines everything needed to provision, deploy, and monitor a service, including compute, networking, code pipeline, security, and monitoring. Developers log into the AWS Proton console to use published AWS Proton stacks to automate infrastructure provisioning and quickly deploy their application code. Instead of spending hours setting up infrastructure for every development team, platform or operations teams centrally manage deployments without impacting productivity. When any part of the stack needs updating, the platform team uses AWS Proton to deploy the updates to microservices running out-of-date configurations. AWS Proton helps platform teams deliver the container and serverless experience their developers expect, while enabling them to raise the bar on consistency and control.
Platform teams use AWS Proton to manage and enforce a consistent set of standards for compute, networking, continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD), and security and monitoring in modern container and serverless environments. With AWS Proton, you can see what was deployed and who deployed it. You can identify and update out-of-date infrastructure when updating your templates.
Managed developer self-service
AWS Proton enables platform teams to offer a curated self-service interface for developers, using the familiar experience of the AWS Management Console or AWS Command Line Interface (AWS CLI). Using approved stacks, authorized developers in your organization are able to use AWS Proton to create and deploy a new production infrastructure service for their container and serverless applications.
Infrastructure as code adoption
AWS Proton uses infrastructure as code to define application stacks and configure resources. It integrates with popular AWS and third-party CI/CD and observability tools, offering a flexible approach to application management. AWS Proton makes it easy to provide your developers with a curated set of building blocks that they can use to accelerate the pace of business innovation.
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