Are you currently using containers in production? Are you using continuous integration or continuous delivery modes in production – or need to get here? Are you ready to modernize and transform your battle-hardened enterprise software through the application of cloud-centered technologies and practices?

Introducing HCL SoFy – Making Your Cloud Native Journey Easy

We are pleased to introduce HCL SoFy, the next generation software development accelerator. HCL SoFy amplifies the integration of world-class HCL Software products and services to generate a customized solution quickly and easily.

A Rich Set of Catalog Products and REST APIs Containerized for Custom Cloud Solutions

HCL SoFy uses Helm technology to provide HCL products and APIs as cloud-ready building blocks. These catalog products and services are enabled for Kubernetes as docker images and helm charts. Features include:

  • Searchable catalog of HCL products and REST APIs
  • Common services to make running in Kubernetes easier
  • Platform enabled for Kubernetes as Docker images and Helm charts
  • Application to combine REST APIs and products into SoFy solutions
  • Cloud-native repository to access HCL Software product containers and Helm charts

Dramatically Accelerate Enterprise Software Deployment From Days and Weeks to Minutes

Deliver in a cloud-native, container-based environment, that’s fast and cost effective. Whether you chose a public cloud, like Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), or prefer a private platform, SoFy solutions are portable across all Kubernetes environments so you have complete freedom of choice. 


Get Started in Three Easy Steps:

Request Access to HCL SoFy

Are you an HCL Business partner, customer, or employee wanting access to HCL SoFy? Request access to get started


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Further Reading
HCL Software is Cloud Native: Q&A with Chief Platform Architect, Alex Mulholland
A could-native strategy allows an organization to realize business benefits through the use of public, private and hybrid cloud resources. Cloud resources can be used in different ways to achieve varying business objectives, including: reducing infrastructure costs, achieving faster application updates, and meeting data location requirements. Learn more about HCL Software's approach.