Software mapping is a powerful new technique for visualizing your entire software landscape.
Maintenance is zero-touch when connected to existing metadata systems.
Aplas is designed to bring everyone around a single source-of-truth for software asset metadata. Software is the common thread between architecture, delivery, operations, security and management. We expose a shared view that everyone can agree on - your organization's software map.
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More systems, more people, more platforms, more complexity, how do we regain control? Architecture has the answers, but how do we communicate this to the broader organization?
Aplas provides the ability to visualize your entire software architecture on a single software map. Using our style designer this map can be leveraged to tell powerful stories that drive consensus across your organization.
Hundreds of applications, microservices, multiple integration patterns, complex CI/CD pipelines - all make delivering end-to-end change challenging.
Aplas helps analysts, developers, and testers navigate this complexity and deliver complex change into production more reliably.
Software is an essential aspect of business decision making. But management are often left in the dark without the intelligence to make informed decisions.
Software mapping is a breakthrough capability that allows management to understand the digital nervous system of business.
Multiple cloud environments, significant pace of change, ever increasing number of applications - all make supporting a complex web of software challenging.
Use Aplas to enhance software intelligence and empower everyone with a better understanding of software.
Software is changing so rapidly its hard for security to keep-up-date with the risks.
Aplas allows you to stay up-to-date with the latest changes from other areas within IT.
Aplas is REA's key product to make sense of our microservices web. As the number of systems, integrations, teams and products increased our ability to understand our ecosystem decreased. With Aplas we now can visualize our digital ecosystem allowing us to make better decisions and effectively manage technology evolution. Aplas has a flexibility that perfectly accommodates our metadata, allowing systems plotted on the map to carry valuable information. This information is used by delivery, business and product people alike.
... We're pretty excited to see this product evolve and to see what's possible with the automated collection of metadata. It should be possible, for example, to expose architectural fitness functions such as run cost to create visualizations of how much is being spent on cloud infrastructure. Understanding which systems talk to other systems via which technology is another problem we often face and Aplas can visualize it for us.
Aplas provides us with visibility across our entire IT Portfolio using a language that reduces complexity and risk of our SaaS and traditional IT investments. With this tool we can describe how our platform works to business, IT security and risk teams.
There are 3 key functional areas of Aplas that act as a pipeline for software asset metadata.
Connect/Index > Map/Style > Publish
This pipeline ensures everything is kept in sync, in real-time. So updating a document in Confluence will immediately update a published map without intervention.
There are many repositories for software asset metadata. From project management, to source-code, to enterprise architecture tools.
A software index is designed to create a high-level, workflow-agnostic, centralized source-of-truth for software asset metadata.
Aplas provides APIs, webhooks, and packaged connectors to keep your software asset metadata in-sync.
Software mapping is a breakthrough new field designed to allow anyone to understand software at scale.
Creating a software map is just the beginning. You can publish our metamap interface out directly, or you can design your own map with our style designer. Customizing everything, except for the positions of the applications, regions, and channels.
The primary purpose of Aplas is to publish information to your organization.
We have a growing list of user interfaces that can be published to your landing page. Metasearch is a Google Search like interface, while metamap is a Google Maps like interface.