Spin up a Microservices Architecture in Minutes

Nucleus automates security, observability, secrets management and more for service-oriented architectures. Making developers 40% more productive.

Save 6+ months of DevOps work

Nucleus allows you to ship faster with a leaner team without sacrificing your security posture.

  • 40% increase

    Increase developer productivity by 40% by not having to manage infrastructure

  • $300k annually

    Save $300K annually on DevOps by reducing the need to manage infrastructure

  • 6+ months

    Save 6-8 months of DevOps work by not rebuilding the wheel and building your own platform

The Power of Kubernetes, The Security of a Service Mesh

  • Scale Infinitely

    Services scale horizontally and vertically according to demand. Load balancers ensure the service is always available and responding to demand.

  • MTLS

    Services automatically use mTLS to secure inter-service communication without any additional config.

  • service discovery

    Services are automatically discovered and registered as they scale up and down.

  • secrets management

    All secrets are protected using asymmetric encryption with native key rotation. Or use our pre-built integration with Hashicorp Vault (coming soon!).

  • observability

    Distributed tracing with parent and sub traces, live log tails and service maps give you the power to observe your entire microservices architecture.

  • authorization

    Define network and service level policies to secure public and private endpoints. Restrict traffic to only the sources you trust using IP allowlists and L7 routing rules.

Declaratively define your service

Zero to Live in under 3 minutes

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    Create your service

    Using our interactive CLI, define a new Nucleus service with the 'nucleus create' command. Define the characteristics of service and save it to create a nucleus.yaml config file that is saved in your repo root.

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    Write your service's code

    Write your service's code and define it's functionality in your IDE and native workflow. 

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    Deploy your service

    Once you've defined your service, deploy it with the 'nucleus deploy' command in your terminal. Nucleus will read the nucleus.yaml file and deploy your service.

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    Invoke and manage your service

    Once your service is deployed, you can invoke your service and manage it. You can easily view the logs for your service using the 'nucleus tail' command or deploy a new version of your service by deploying a new nucleus.yaml file.

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