eSIM Management in the Cloud

At achelos we have set this target from day one: our product shall be cloud-ready.

Not only because we are technology enthusiasts looking for the most up to date and efficient methods and tools, but to make sure our product is easier to use than the ones available on the market.


What ease of use entails from our point of view is of course ease of setup, configuration and deployment. That is the reason why we decided to implement a microservices based architecture back in 2015, with the target to develop Subscription Management software completely portable between different cloud infrastructure providers.

As a consequence our software is automatically deployable in form of Docker containers in Kubernetes cluster with the help of Helm charts.

Service scalability, availability and maintainability is achieved thanks to tools provided by Kubernetes. Postgres, Prometheus, ELK stack, and other state-of-the-art software.

Furthermore, by relying exclusively on open source technologies we have significantly reduced upfront investments as well as operational costs for the solution.


And now, with several public cloud service providers certifying their data center services in accordance with the GSMA SAS-SM standard in an increasing amount of locations around the world, the cloud-native architecture starts to unfold its obvious benefits:

  • rapid setup of a customer-own PoC or trial system, allowing the customer not only to get familiar with Subscription Manager functionality but try it out in connection with his own business processes and back-end systems
  • quick and easy setup of an instance in a new location, shortening time-to-market for a new service introduction
  • multi-site, hybrid (private/public cloud), geo-redundant and other custom configurations can be build by achelos or customer DevOps teams without the need to change even one line of code


If you want to build an eSIM management service that is under your complete control, get in touch with us and let's talk how we can enable your service.

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