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Sep 3, 2020 by Stu Posluns

Our friends over at Giphy recently posted a fantastic and detailed blog about their success with Spinnaker, and how they use Spinnaker and Jenkins to achieve CI/CD nirvana with their Kubernetes deployments.

We loved reading about their journey with Spinnaker, how they’ve built Automated Canary Analyses into their deployments, and the awesome customization that they’ve built on top of Spinnaker. We also deeply appreciate the shoutout to Armory at the end 🙂 .

“For teams looking for enterprise level solutions and support [for Spinnaker], we highly recommend Armory, who we partnered with throughout our development process.”

-Bryant Rockoff, Site Reliability Engineer

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