Iron.io’s microservices architecture, delivered via Docker containers, enables the world’s most innovative companies to transform large data sets into job processing that drives their revenue.
Built with a microservices architecture and utilizing Docker containers, Iron.io has transformed the way job processing is built and deployed. Architects and developers benefit from the microservices approach that separates components into discrete functional elements or individual services. This model reduces complexity, while increasing scalability. Smaller, more granular compute services which can be developed and deployed independently are easier to maintain, repair, and update.
Iron.io is language agnostic for greater flexibility when developing and deploys on any cloud or hydrid for flexibility and control of enterprise applications. When managed or hosted services are included, developers have a true serverless experience.
Iron.io’s backend is written in Go, a modern language designed for high performance and concurrency, making it a perfect fit as the underlying language of Iron.io.
Iron.io has launched more than a billion Docker containers. Daily, millions of Docker instances are spun up and available on-demand to run IronWorkers. The isolating dependencies in a containerized environment allows Iron.io to maximize efficiency.
Libraries are available in the most popular languages and framework to make working with Iron.io easy and familiar.