Supercharge Developer Efficiency
Give developers on-demand access to the application environments they need through their CI/CD tools, GUI, and CLI
Freedom from Compliance Headaches
Empower developers to build in a unified, standardized way without introducing unnecessary friction
Simplify Infrastructure & Application Delivery
Reusable building blocks make it easier to deliver application-aware resources developers really need
Control Cloud Costs
Eliminate uncertainty, avoid over-spending, and tie cloud costs back to your business
Infrastructure Built for DevOps
Torque is a SaaS platform delivering Infrastructure Automation at Scale for complex, application-centric environments on cloud technologies including AWS, Azure, and Kubernetes. IT leaders and DevOps innovators around the world trust Quali to enable self-service automation and governance to streamline application development, testing, and release to production.
Automation Maturity Model
Download the Infrastructure Automation Maturity Model to assess your position in the DevOps path.
Enterprise DevOps Webinar
Watch the on-demand webinar, How to Tame Chaos in Enterprise DevOps, to learn how Torque solves major DevOps challenges impacting every level of the business.
Hear from Walmart
Watch the QualiFYI episode featuring Walmart’s Head of DevOps Dojo, as our friends reveal Walmart’s DevOps best practices.
Scalable DevOps eBook
Download The Essential Guide to Managing Your Resources for Scalable DevOps to learn how you can use a DevOps-ready Cloud Management Platform (CMP) to scale DevOps.
Featured Case Study
Resident Scales DevOps with AWS and Torque
As an online retailer, Resident utilizes dozens of software applications for the back-end systems of their luxury hybrid mattress business, DreamCloud. Generating over 250 million annual sales in under two years, DreamCloud needed a way to innovate faster while continuously providing an exceptional experience for their customers through a modern online eCommerce platform. Unfortunately, globally distributed teams of developers were sharing static integration and staging environments, and DevOps teams backlogged by ongoing environment maintenance and troubleshooting created friction and delayed innovation.
“Our back-end systems and applications are complex. They need to be. But, for us to expand at the level of growth that we were experiencing, we needed flexibility and alignment throughout our DevOps lifecycle. We weren’t going to get there with our globally distributed development teams sharing static staging environments. We could either tell our DevOps teams to share the keys to the cloud — which wasn’t going to happen — or we could find a solution.” – Pavel Eliav, Head of DevOps, Resident
Resident Scales DevOps with AWS and CloudShell Torque
Resident needed to quickly develop, test, and release business-critical applications in the public cloud using a DevOps approach to attain fast feedback on new features and accelerate innovation. To meet these needs, Resident leveraged Amazon Web Services (AWS) for public cloud infrastructure and native services such as route53 and turned to Torque to deliver self-service application provisioning to their developers.
With Torque and AWS, Resident has been able to add flexibility, collaboration, and self-service capabilities throughout their DevOps pipeline. In addition to benefiting from the adaptability of Amazon’s public cloud, Resident has built an integration into a Slack communication channel to help their globally distributed development team reserve dynamic application environments on-demand.
Leveraging Torque and AWS, Resident can now provide global environments in under 5 minutes, consume AWS native services, and increase deployment speed with dynamic environments.