A lot of power in
one platform

Our platform combines a solution store for legal technology with a powerful control panel that makes it easy to orchestrate for computing to take place on your premises or within virtual private clouds under your control. The platform also lets you manage subscriptions and provisioning from one place, provides valuable telemetry and enhanced interoperability between applications and supports a decentralization of IT sourcing, purchasing and knowledge sharing.

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Source Apps

Use our solution store to save time and money in discovering, evaluating and procuring “containerized” downloadable software products as well as software-as-a-service offerings. Leverage curated information covering a range of topics, including application features, maturity and security, vendor compliance and commercial terms and conditions. Test drive applications in one click and buy licenses on the platform or use the platform to negotiate directly with application vendors.

  • Save time
  • Save money
  • Leverage expertise
Comprehensive Control Panel

Run Anywhere

Easily deploy containerized software to your on-premises cloud or to virtual private clouds hosted by Azure, AWS or Google Cloud. Effectively access modern cloud-based applications without requiring you to disperse firm or client content to a fast-growing universe of vertically integrated SaaS providers. Set-up and manage your private clouds as well as comprehensively monitor your active applications and infrastructure through one single control panel.

  • Access cloud native apps
  • Leverage virtual private clouds
  • Enhance security
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Subscriptions and provisioning

Manage Services

Our platform fully automates subscription management and provisioning – giving you a single tool for administering the full life cycle of all your software assets, whether you contract directly with vendors or purchase licenses on our platform. Over time, services automation should enable you to convert traditional enterprise license arrangements to more favorable usage and performance-based subscription models and in the process reduce costs and develop more distributed procurement and administrative practices.

  • Reduce administrative costs
  • Implement usage and performance-based pricing
  • Empower local procurement
Costs And Usage

Measure Everything

Capture detailed telemetry about the usage and costs for your software applications and the computing resources and storage consumed by them. Review data through our interfaces or feed your practice management and forecasting solutions. As you employ more technology in service of cases and transactions, accurately allocate IT costs to teams or matters and better forecast expenses.

  • Measure true IT costs
  • Allocate costs to matters
  • Pioneer new business models
Reusable Integrations

Drive Interoperability

Get the benefit of standard off-the-shelf integrations between and among third-party software applications and, coming soon, additional features that will further accelerate interoperability, including a comprehensive data hub, workflow engines and other utilities. Reduce the time it takes to move from application purchase to running real workloads in service of clients, with less training and greater adoption.

  • Speed deployments
  • Reduce cost and complexity
  • Improve user adoption
Controlled Participation

Foster Collaboration

Empower users to participate in discovering, evaluating and purchasing new technologies under controlled, curated conditions. Broadcast status updates across the firm. Enable partners, associates and even clients to share opinions and experiences safely and securely. Move purchases of approved software out to the edge of matters.

  • Inform users
  • Share knowledge
  • Move transactions to the edge
Cloud Native


The Reynen Court platform is itself containerized and thus runs on your premises
or in a virtual private cloud under your control. The platform is easily configured to
work with your infrastructure and organization. New additions to the catalog and
updates to curated content are pushed to you regularly.

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From bleeding edge to
mainstream over 40 years

History of
Cloud Native
Technologies and

  • Container technology under development since 1979 starting with chroot.

  • In 2004, Solaris introduced isolated environments called Solaris Zones.

  • Google developed Borg and its successor Omega, its proprietary container orchestration technology, over 12 years.

  • In 2006, Google introduced process containers, later called cgroups.

  • In 2008, cgroups merged into LXC or Linux Containers allowing multiple isolated Linux containers by virtualizing at operating system level.

  • Docker released in 2013 as open source with LXC as backing tech. Google abandoned their LMCTFY project to contribute to Docker’s libcontainer.

  • In 2014, Docker switched to libcontainer from LXC.

  • Google has been 100% containerized for several years.

  • Cloud Native Computing Foundation founded in Dec 2015, Google gifted Kubernetes (based on Borg) and SoundCloud contributed Prometheus. Docker, Cisco, CoreOS, Fujitsu, Google, Huawei, IBM, Intel, Joyent, Redhat. Supernap joined as platinum members with additional 40 members.

  • All major technology groups (Amazon, Microsoft, Google, IBM, Oracle, Intel, VMWare) have placed major support behind containerization in general and Docker/Kubernetes specifically.

    Fortune 200: in 2015 minority had deployed containers in production; today vast majority have deployed containers and nearly all others are developing plans to do so.

  • Docker by far the leading container provider.

  • Kubernetes by far the leading orchestration technology.

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