Automated, secure, scalable cloud infrastructure
Opta is a new kind of Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC) framework that lets engineers work with high-level constructs instead of getting lost in low-level cloud configuration. Opta has a vast library of modules (like EKS, RDS, DynamoDB, GKE, Cloud SQL, and even third-party services like Datadog) that engineers can compose together to build their ideal infrastructure stack. It's built on top of Terraform, and designed so engineers arent locked in anyone can write custom Terraform or even take the Opta-generated Terraform and work independently.
Opta gives any engineering team, whether its a team of 2 or 200, the same infrastructure advantages that companies like Google or Facebook have, without having to invest in infrastructure or DevOps engineers.
Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC) solutions are now widely accepted as the standard for provisioning and managing cloud infrastructure, and Terraform is widely considered to be the best IaC platform on the market and it is but Terraform is also quite complex and requires deep Cloud/infrastructure expertise. We developed Opta to help eliminate this complexity. Opta is a simpler IaC framework with best practices built-in. It lets users set up automated, scalable and secure infrastructure on any cloud, without having to be an infrastructure expert, or getting lost in the minutiae of cloud configuration.
We are confident it can drastically reduce the complexity and headaches that come with DevOps and infrastructure at most fast moving organizations. Opta is currently being used by dozens of companies of all sizes.
To read more about the vision behind Opta, check out this blog post.
Opta supports the 3 major clouds - AWS, GCP and Azure. It has modules for the most commonly used services in these clouds like:
Additionally, Opta has cloud and security best practices built in, including:
Opta aims to be compatible with your existing infrastructure setup. You can:
Check out the Getting Started Guide.
You can also explore some examples to get a better idea of what you can do with Opta.