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Armory’s Platform, Now in Kubernetes

Apr 9, 2018 by DROdio

Armory helps software teams ship better softare, faster by helping customers identify and remove inefficiencies in their Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC).

The Core of our platform is powered by an enterprise distribution of Spinnaker, the best-in-class, cloud-native software delivery platform created and open-sourced by Netflix and Google. Previously, although Spinnaker could deploy workloads to Kubernetes, Armory’s enterprise distribution of Spinnaker could only be installed in a high availability manner in AWS.

Today, we’re announcing support for installing Armory’s Platform in Kubernetes. This means Armory can now be installed anywhere you’re running Kubernetes — from public clouds, to data centers. Tell us about your Kubernetes installation if you’d like to try Armory.

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