Nov 22, 2022 by Anna Daugherty
How fast is fast enough when it comes to deploying your software?
Deployment frequency, along with lead time to changes and rollback failure rate, is one of the top metrics of DevOps success.
Armory is working to solve the DevOps deployment slow-down through a new cloud-based solution called Continuous Deployment-as-a-Service, now available on the AWS Marketplace.
With Continuous Deployment as-as-a-Service (CD-as-a-Service), enjoy fast, reliable declarative deployments with the GitOps experience you love. Write your code, package your artifacts, declare your application targets, and commit — Armory Continuous Deployment-as-a-Service will take care of the rest.
The CD-as-a-Service app complements AWS EKS by adding cross-environment orchestration, validation, and advanced deployment strategies. Trigger CD-as-a-Service from your CodePipeline after you’ve built your artifacts to automatically update your staging environments, and run post-deployment validation including security scanners, integration tests, and more.
Automatically deploy to your production environments if all tests pass. Leverage advanced deployment strategies including blue/green and canary to ensure service health during production deployment, and automatically rollback if you encounter any unexpected issues.
Cut down the manual efforts, speed up your deployment frequency, all while ensuring your code is high quality and ready for production.
Try it today. Download the Continuous Deployment-as-a-Service app from the AWS Marketplace here to get started.
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