Armory Inducted into JPMorgan Chase Hall of Innovation
Nov 13, 2019 by Stu Posluns
Software Innovator Recognized for Enabling Continuous Delivery in Multi-Cloud Environments with Spinnaker
Note: This news was announced here as a press release on 11/13/2019.
Related post: JP Morgan Chase: You Need a Spinnaker
SAN MATEO, Calif. – November 13, 2019 – Armory, the enterprise software company commercializing Spinnaker, the leading open source continuous delivery platform from Netflix and Google, today announced that JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) has inducted Armory into its Hall of Innovation for unlocking innovation by accelerating safe, efficient and fast software delivery. Each year, the JPMorgan Chase Hall of Innovation award recognizes select technology companies for their innovation, delivery of business value, and disruptive nature.
The award was presented to Armory at the 11th Annual J.P. Morgan Technology Innovation Symposium, held recently in Menlo Park, California. In describing the selection of Armory for this recognition, JPMorgan Chase’s Head of Core Engineering & Enterprise Architecture, Stephen Flaherty, said “we started partnering with Armory to support the shift towards more frequent deployment cycles and continuous delivery in a multi-cloud environment. Armory provided immediate value with technical expertise, enterprise-grade software, and connectivity to the broader continuous delivery community. We are seeing a significant increase in both frequency and volume of releases with Armory’s integration.”
“We are proud of this recognition and of our successful partnership with JPMorgan Chase,” said Daniel R. Odio, CEO at Armory. “Armory is enabling innovative companies like JPMorgan Chase to dramatically improve the quality and speed of their software deployments and thus deliver innovation from code to cloud much more effectively. This award recognizes not only Armory’s contribution but also those of all the members in the Spinnaker community, for which we are deeply grateful.”
Armory will showcase new enterprise capabilities in Spinnaker at the upcoming Spinnaker Summit taking place November 14-16 in San Diego. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn more about Armory’s award-winning product capabilities and services through presentations, demonstrations and a keynote address by Armory’s CTO, Isaac Mosquera.
About Spinnaker: The Battle-Tested, Open Source Standard for Cloud-Native Software Delivery
Spinnaker is an open source, multi-cloud continuous delivery platform for releasing quality software quickly and efficiently. It was developed and open sourced by Netflix and Google and has been tested in production by hundreds of teams over millions of deployments. It is the only open source continuous delivery platform with active contribution from the major cloud providers, including Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, Pivotal and more.
About Spinnaker Summit
Now in its third year, Spinnaker Summit focuses on the rapid adoption of the Spinnaker open source platform as a key enterprise choice for software delivery and management. The event brings together developers, architects, delivery managers and technology leaders, each of whom is committed to advancing development and adoption of the fast-growing continuous delivery platform.
Armory is the company driving modern digital transformation with its enterprise version of Spinnaker. Armory’s scalable, flexible and secure platform automates software delivery, enabling software teams to ship better software, faster. The core of Armory’s platform is powered by Spinnaker, the continuous delivery platform developed and open sourced by Netflix and Google to help companies quickly and safely deploy software into multiple clouds. Armory builds on open-source Spinnaker’s foundation, adding proprietary features for bolstered enterprise scale, along with 24×7 enterprise-grade support. Armory’s platform is trusted by Global 2000 customers in financial services, technology, retail, healthcare and entertainment. Armory is also a sponsor of, and contributor to, the Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF), the vendor-neutral home of the fastest-growing projects for continuous delivery.
Founded in 2016, Armory is funded by Insight Partners, Crosslink Capital, Bain Capital Ventures, Mango Capital, Y Combinator and Javelin Venture Partners. Armory is headquartered in San Mateo, Calif. Learn more at www.armory.io and follow the company at @cloudarmory.
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