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Gatekeeping best practices within the developer community benefits no one. If there’s a better way to deploy code, we should share it. Why? Because a developer community is just that: a community. What benefits one team will help another, creating more efficient processes, reducing hassle, and elevating software quality and performance across the board. We […]
At Armory, we are intensely focused on building our culture, not just building our product. Our culture is the operating system of our company, underpinning and supporting everything that we do. From the get-go, we decided that Armory’s culture was going to be designed to be remote work friendly.
There are two primary approaches to developing and delivering software products. The first is to spend a long time building a product for end users before releasing it and seeking feedback, and optimizing for traditional engineering standards like reliability, scalability, and quality along the way.The second approach is the one Armory embraces: getting a product […]
Spinnaker out of the box is not pre-configured to be secure within AWS and does not automatically provide authorization. Here’s how to secure Spinnaker in AWS using OAuth 2.0. This configuration leverages GitHub OAuth 2.0 (including GitHub Enterprise), but if you prefer to use Okta, Google, Azure, Facebook or other OAuth 2.0 you can modify […]