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Observability, It’s What’s for Dinner

It’s six in the evening, and just as you are about to sit down for some dinner -wait for it- you’re getting paged for another production outage. Third time this week! You immediately SSH into the server to see that the JVM has been OOM killed. Great. As you inspect the endless stream of logs, […]

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Weeklong Spinnaker Gardening Days ahead for DevOps, Security & Delivery Engineers

Spinnaker, a hub of the SDLC, offers the world's most advanced collection of enterprise-tested software delivery abstractions. Spinnaker gardening days gives DevOps engineers, SREs, cloud architects, and all involved in the software lifecycle the chance to get involved in the project. As the global open source community around Spinnaker grows, companies like AWS, Salesforce, and Pulumi have joined to help build a thriving ecosystem.

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Continuous Delivery using Spinnaker on Amazon EKS

Note: We are delighted to host this guest post by Irshad Buchh from AWS. The post can also be found on the AWS Open Source Blog. I work closely with partners, helping them to architect solutions on AWS for their customers. Customers running their microservices-based applications on Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) are looking […]

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Announcing Terraform Integration Named Profiles

Happy Friday, folks! The spin team has been hard at work adding our Terraform Integration Named Profiles feature that integrates with Fiat for Authz. Now our customers have the ability to add more guardrails for their build, provision, and deploy experience. This helps to break down silos between teams as it’s adding a level of […]

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CEO Interview: Armory’s Policy Engine (based on Open Policy Agent) + What’s Coming

I caught up with two of Armory’s product managers, Beth & Akshay, and three engineers, Ethan, Fernando & Jacob, to do a CEO interview about Armory’s Policy Engine, what we’re hearing from customers, and what’s coming next: You can subscribe to Armory’s YouTube channel here — let us know in the comments if you’d like […]

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Why Armory Has a Remote Work Culture

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.

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How Armory Builds Products

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 […]

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