Simplify Your Cloud Infrastructure

Quali’s Torque turns your existing IaC infrastructure and Kubernetes manifests into repeatable blueprints for complete environments, allowing you to speed up delivery while increasing governance and control.

Trusted by Teams with Complex Infrastructure

Speed & Control for Your Complex Environments

Discovery & Orchestration

Torque automatically discovers all infrastructure in your Git repositories, allows you to import files from multiple IaC tools, then automatically orchestrates complete, ready-to-run environments based on those assets.

Terraform Kubernetes Orchestration Automation

Self-Service & Integrations

Developers, testers, and other end users can view the underlying infrastructure and deploy environments on-demand via Torque’s secure self-service portal or by automating deployment within their CI/CD or ITSM tools. Torque will automatically terminate each environment after a maximum duration set by your admins.

Custom Policies & Governance

Prevent unauthorized usage with customizable policies based on Open Policy Agent, lock down account credentials with native secrets management, and control who can modify your infrastructure with role-based access controls.

AWS Azure Policies

Drift Detection & Management

Set alerts to notify admins about unexpected changes to the underlying infrastructure powering your environments and apply changes that apply to all environments your teams deploy.

Terraform Drift Detection

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Simplify how you build, manage, deploy, and track infrastructure

DevOps, IT, & Architects

Eliminate the redundant manual work required to fulfill simple requests for environments, whether for application development, QA & testing, or IT operations.

Devs, Testers, & Other Users

Remove bottlenecks with continuously delivered environments defining the exact conditions your teams need, with guardrails to prevent unauthorized access.

Management & Leadership

Understand who uses what infrastructure and for what purpose with granular reporting to better measure efficiency and return on your cloud investments.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Quali’s Torque is intended to help you get more out of your Infrastructure as Code files.

After recognizing that our customers spent most of their time manually configuring multiple IaC and containerized assets into complete environments, we designed Torque to automate that process so they can spend their time more productively.

Torque ingests Terraform, CloudFormation, Helm, and Kubernetes assets directly from your Git repositories, allows you to select the assets you need for a given environment, then automatically orchestrates a ready-to-run environment based on those assets.

These environments are wrapped in YAML that makes them repeatable, so developers, testers, and other end users can deploy them as many times as needed. This also allows you to set policies and make updates centrally that will be reflected in the YAML every time your end users deploy the environment.

Think of Torque as the control plane for your infrastructure assets.

Yes, we encourage it! Our most successful users automate the orchestration of complete environments that may contain multiple Terraform scripts, CloudFormation assets, Helm Charts, or Kubernetes manifests so they don’t have to do it manually.

Currently Torque ingests assets from Terraform, AWS CloudFormation, Helm, and native Kubernetes—with additional types on our product roadmap.

Quali’s Torque will help your teams prevent unnecessary costs while also tracking the total costs of the infrastructure your teams do consume.

Our users create blueprints for the complete environments their teams need. Role-based access controls prevent anyone without the proper permissions from modifying the infrastructure or configurations set within the blueprint. Maximum duration allows admins to pre-set runtimes, after which Torque will automatically terminate the environment. And policies based on Open Policy Agent allow admins to prohibit specific infrastructure, such as VM sizes or cloud services, that may not be allowed.

Torque’s cost reporting is based on tags. Torque automatically tags each environment based on inputs, which admins can modify as needed. This allows you to tag environments based on the team, project, application, or any other custom input, then allocate those costs back to that input. This provides more granular visibility based on your team’s activity, as opposed to just the line items for the cloud services that appear on the cloud service provider’s bill.

Yes! Our customers rely on Quali CloudShell as a low-code/no-code tool for provisioning infrastructure and launching environments based on on-premises infrastructure.

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 includes out-of-the-box plugins and an extensive REST API for your existing CI/CD and DevOps tools, enabling you to automate the entire lifecycle of your environments directly from your own release pipeline. This allows you to automate the deployment of an environment when needed and automate the teardown when it is not.

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