Introduction to JovianX

What is JovianX?

The JovianX Platform is a control plane for SaaS and cloud applications, allowing to build, and operate SaaS offerings, and fully managed cloud services.

JovianX is built for companies who are looking to start a new SaaS business or create a cloud version of an existing software product, without all the heavy investment it usually requires.

JovianX Platform provides a management console, with a rich set of services to build, run and manage a SaaS product. Including: application Management, Payments and Billing, Subscription Management, Multi-Tenancy, Application Life-cycle Management, Monitoring and Logging, Hosted self-serivce Signup, User Signup Designer, Authenticated application end-points and much much more.

JovianX is designed for cloud architects, SaaS business leaders, DevOps and Site Reliability Engineers (SRE). It allows cloud architects to design, build and manage a multi-tenant SaaS solution, it allows Site Reliability Engineers to manage service levels(SLO) and operate the SaaS Solution, and lastly, it allows SaaS business leader to manage all the business aspects of a SaaS product, including defining and managing offering plans and provides dashboards for monitoring the SaaS business results (MRR, ARR, LTV, Churn, CaC, etc').

How does it work?

JovianX provides a hosted customer console that allows your customers to sign up for your cloud service. When a new account (your SaaS customer) signs up, JovianX creates all needed cloud resources for that account and creates a billing subscription for a chosen billing plan and selected options.

  1. Your customer signs up.

  2. JovianX creates the resources and deploys the application needed for the new account.

  3. JovianX creates a billing plan, based on user-selected billing plan and options.

JovianX uses an Application Blueprint to create the needed cloud resources for a new account. The application Blueprint is a package (a tar.gz file) that contains an Application Manifest(a file named jovianx.yaml) and defining the rescues (Kubernetes Helm package, or other cloud managed services such as AWS DynamoDB, Cloud SQL for example) needed for new account creation.

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