Cloud Automation

Cloud Infrastructure Automation

Infrastructure Automation Services (IAS) helps save time on repetitive management tasks such as deployment, hibernation, scheduling, backup and reporting, recovery management, and code deployment. Additionally, automation reduces inconsistencies and complexity through standardization across the environment. IAS uses scripts or functions to reduce repetitive or manual administrative tasks, e.g., provisioning, updating, resizing, hibernating, scaling, and patching, allowing the technical teams to focus on more complex tasks.

Cloud Automation Tools

Cloud infrastructure automation tools can significantly improve the efficiency and speed of workload deployment reduce costs by terminating unused virtual machines (VMs) and reusing new storage. In addition, cloud infrastructure automation tools help prevent the chaotic growth of VMs by identifying obsolete workloads and automatically decommissioning those workloads and storage resources. Below are some of the tools we use in our automation practice.

cloudEQ Approach

cloudEQ’s certified professionals use cutting-edge infrastructure automation tools to automate, optimize and manage the IT infrastructure of our clients. We constantly monitor unused resources and optimize operations to the seamless continuity of business services and resources. We help reduce the cost of compliance and reduce IT management risks associated with migrating or running current infrastructure to an automated digital platform.

Devops Infrastructure Automation Services

Our DevOps infrastructure automation services use a sophisticated DevOps framework that leverages collaboration, monitoring, infrastructure automation management, and analytics to build a robust infrastructure environment for faster application delivery.

Our Infrastructure Offerings:
  1. Automated faster provisioning, patching, scalability.
  2. Code scanning for a secure, robust environment.
  3. Integration and purpose-built ServiceNow for self-service
  4. Auto-remediation for security.

Benefits of Cloud Automation

  • The lower total cost of ownership (TCO)
    A lower total cost of ownership is achieved through automation by only using what you need when you need it. Additionally, when purchasing hardware in a traditional capital model, you engineer to the peak of demand, and flexibility comes at either oversizing or long lead times. As a result, cloud-based automation is far more economical in terms of the total cost of ownership.
  • Centralized governance
    Cloud automation processes are built inside a centralized environment to organize effectively. The centralization offers control, auditing end to end throughout the organization, and role-based access (RBAC) control.
  • Allows Continuous Deployment
    Companies are adopting cloud automation services like CI/CD (Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment) and DevOps to advance their cloud environments, increasing flexibility and speed to market.

Why Choose Us?

cloudEQ provides cloud automation services to improve resource utilization, IT operations, and workload distribution. In addition, automation will deliver faster, more reliable services.

Reduce time deploying infrastructures services. Your time is valuable, and you shouldn’t have to spend it performing steps in your IT processes that can be automated.

Automating systems and processes will also reduce delays and errors by staying on top of maintenance and streamlining your troubleshooting. cloudEQ’s Automation Services will also reduce labor costs and decrease infrastructure.


Cloud Success Stories

DevOps Led Infrastructure Development for a Leading 
E-commerce Retail Organization

We got excellent Server build time improvement from 4 weeks reduced to just 2 hours along with an 80% drop in security vulnerabilities (based on scans) for our client by providing a complete DevOps infrastructure automation solution. We also experienced a Demonstrable improvement of Meantime to Repair (MTTR) from 20 hours to 1 hour with low development environment Costs.


Terraform the Infrastructure as Code tool for versioning, changing, and building infrastructure can manage popular and existing service providers and their assets such as GCP, Microsoft Azure, and AWS, or on-premises within the private clouds like CloudStack, OpenStack, or VMWare vSphere.

AWS Cloud Formation

AWS CloudFormation the infrastructure automation or infrastructure-as-code (IAC) tool is an AWS service that uses template files to automate the setup of AWS resources such as the configuration of workloads running on the foremost popular AWS services, like the EC2 Compute Service, the S3 Storage Service.

Github Actions

GitHub Actions is a Continuous Integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) platform to automate your build, test, and deployment pipeline. You can create workflows that build and test every pull request to your repository or deploy merged pull requests to production and accelerate your application development workflows.


Ansible is a simple open-source IT engine for automated application deployment, intra-service orchestration, and cloud provisioning and configuration management designed for multi-tier deployments. Ansible system administrators, developers and architects use Ansible automation to install software, automate daily tasks, provision infrastructure, improve security and compliance

Azure Function

Azure Functions is a cloud-natively designed server-less concept that allows you to deploy and execute parts of your code without the need for server infrastructure, web server, or another configuration. Azure functions are often written in multiple languages such as C #, Java, JavaScript, TypeScript, and Python.


Kubernetes is a portable, extensible, open-source platform for managing containerized workloads and services, which are microservices packaged with their dependencies and configurations that facilitates both declarative configuration and automation.