The Bunker delivers and supports multiple dedicated application server technologies including Java, PHP, Ruby and Python. Server loads can be setup to support application webframe works where needed. We also support the plethora of packages and modules needed to meet the needs of the most demanding web applications.
We understand that the performance, availability and security of your application is important to you and your clients, and that you need to be certain of the consistent delivery of your application.
That’s why our service is configured to take the workload of an application into a contained workload that is partitioned from the web application and database layer, with the benefit of ring fencing a heavy workload and segregating access from web vulnerabilities.
As with all services from The Bunker, security is key. Secure access is granted to, and from, the application layer to external entities (usually database and webserver entities), using application and firewall access control lists. We use smart deployment and version controlled options using ssh/git for simple, and secure, access.
What’s more, server loads can be aggregated by load balancing to give resilience and high availability, and automatic content syncing between hosts.
Partitioned guaranteed application workload
Secure by default
Granular developer access to allow seamless workflow into production
The Bunker’s Dedicated Application Servers provide runtime environments or Web frameworks for your Application workload.
Application webserver services give our customers the ability to update, change and deploy code changes in a versioned control environment, without having to worry about the underlying infrastructure.
We take care of the security, capacity planning, maintenance and patching for vulnerabilities, which is carried out within a scheduled maintenance window agreed with you. We can also improve the resilience of your service with high availability options available.
Once an application has been selected, the server, or servers, will be set up to serve the content. The flavour and associated modules are installed onto the hardened build, and load balancing and access control lists are configured.
Next, ssh/git access is agreed, user level access configured to restart application services, and any content syncing to load balanced hosts is setup.
You are then free to deploy push updates and restart the application server as desired.