What is VisualOps?
VisualOps has a WYSIWYG editor to design, configure and provision your AWS cloud applications. Once the applications are deployed, VisualOps continuously monitors and manages the apps to ensure they always run in the defined states.
VisualOps is a tool in the Server Configuration and Automation category of a tech stack.
Who uses VisualOps?
7 developers on StackShare have stated that they use VisualOps.
Pros of VisualOps
- drag-n-drop components to build your AWS infrastructure
- clicks instances to setup the software configuration (package, file, code, etc.)
- single click to deploy, within minutes the app is ready to use!
- VisualOps will ensure your app to be always up & running, in the state you defined
VisualOps Alternatives & Comparisons
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