Simplify, Speed, & Scale Cloud Infrastructure Delivery

Built to ease your workload, increase DevOps productivity, and control costs and compliance

Torque Features


Enable your users to access cloud infrastructure environments as a service (EaaS) through a GUI portal, your CI/CD tools, and a CLI

Seamless CI/CD integrations

Natively integrate into your organization’s DevOps ecosystem and CI/CD pipeline to support continuous environments

Managed Cloud Costs

Eliminate uncertainty and avoid over-spending in your cloud accounts with the ability to automatically tag and de-commission resources, embed policy management, and provide Role Based Access Control to resources

Torque *Integrations*

Torque Integrations

Access hundreds of battle-tested Shells and plug-ins to provide a network environment complete with the technologies you already use in your ecosystem.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Check out the answers to some of our commonly asked questions. Have a question of your own? Contact us!

Quali’s Torque infrastructure automation platform received SoC 2 Type II compliance certification following a thorough audit by a multinational professional services network and independent third-party auditor.

The SOC 2 reporting framework, created by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), sets benchmarks for managing user data. Achieving SOC 2 Type II compliance ensures current and future Quali customers that they have the proper security, privacy, and compliance controls in place to protect and manage its users’ data.

Torque integrates with IaC standards and adds significant value on top of existing IaC deployments, making the benefits of IaC more scalable.  By giving application developers access to fully defined blueprints instead of IaC scripts, you can avoid the following problems and achieve these incremental benefits:

Reusable blueprints don’t require end users to be IaC experts, ensuring that environments are provisioned to spec, complete with the appropriate governance and security protocols; Torque blueprints are accessible via an online portal or existing IDE/CLI tools, so even non-IaC experts can use them.

Torque embraces the environment concept and has role based access controls and permissions which allow admins to define who uses certain blueprints and for how long. IaC scripts on the other hand are text files – exposing those to end users makes it possible for end users to modify and ultimately have environments drift away from pre-defined standards. IaC scripts don’t have an environment concept, therefore don’t manage the lifecycle of the executed script and don’t provide additional services on top of an environment, such as remote access through a bastion.

Torque auto-tags all of the resources that are in an IaC file in a standard and concise manner, giving you visibility into cost and usage data. Torque’s cost module supports analytics on sandboxes, which represents tasks that are meaningful from a business perspective, as opposed to instances with no context.

Torque includes out-of-the-box plugins and an extensive REST API for your existing CI/CD and DevOps tools enabling you to easily deploy environments directly from your own release pipeline.

Torque automatically tags cloud resources in environments, and therefore helps leverage automation for properly and consistently tagging cloud resources. Environments in Torque represent business activities like development, testing, troubleshooting, security assurance, staging and production. This means Torque can automatically connect cloud consumption with the business purpose and tag accordingly. It also means you don’t need to hope everyone remembers to tag resources or stick to tag naming conventions across teams, cloud providers, manual and automated cloud usage – it just happens as part of your normal operation. This is a critical foundation for ongoing cloud cost optimization and cloud governance.