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Amazon EKS Anywhere + Armory

Armory is excited to share we are an Amazon EKS Anywhere launch partner. Amazon EKS Anywhere is a new deployment option for Amazon EKS that enables you to easily create and operate Kubernetes clusters on-premises, including on your virtual machines and bare metal servers.  Armory enables enterprises to unlock innovation by reliably deploying software at […]

Armory Policy Engine – CD Governed Admission Policy

In this demonstration, I’ve configured OPA policy at the K8s cluster, allowing only the Spinnaker service account to create a deployment via the kube-api server. Additionally, I’ve defined a policy within the pipeline via Armory Policy Engine, requiring all images be specified with a tag other than ‘latest’. This demonstrates the centralization and consolidation of […]

Announcing General Availability of Armory Policy Engine Plugin

Armory Policy Engine provides support for automating policy compliance with Spinnaker. Policy Engine Plugin is the latest version of Policy Engine and adds support for both advanced role-based access control (RBAC) use-cases and open source Spinnaker. The release of Policy Engine Plugin comes with new documentation, including a library of example policies from across Armory’s […]

Announcing Spinnaker Evaluate Artifacts Stage

Armory's new Evaluate Artifacts stage allows you to inject Spinnaker parameters into any artifact. Only certain deployment stages, such as deploying a Kubernetes manifest, natively support using Spring Expression Language (SpEL) to reference parameters. Other stages, such as Terraform, lack this stage-specific SpEL support. This blog will explore how the new 'Evaluate Artifacts' stage can be leveraged to inject Spinnaker parameters into your Terraform deployment pipeline.

Policy deployment and self governance with Spinnaker

Learn how to leverage Spinnaker for OPA Policy Deployment, and how to leverage OPA Policies to govern spinnaker.

How to Set Up Liquibase in Spinnaker

Note: We are delighted to host this guest post by Robert Reeves, Co-Founder & CTO of Liquibase. The post can also be found on the Liquibase Blog. Liquibase simplifies and automates database deployment and configuration for applications.

Spinnaker Adds Microsoft Teams Notification Support

Microsoft Teams is now supported Microsoft Teams notification support is now available in Spinnaker 1.23.0.

LitmusChaos in your Spinnaker Pipeline

Chaos engineering is an essential ingredient in delivering reliable services. As underlying infrastructure becomes more and more ephemeral for efficiency’s sake, it becomes ever more important to ensure your workloads are resilient in a constantly changing environment. LitmusChaos is an emerging tool in this space and garnering traction in the Kubernetes community. So if you’re […]

Introducing Armory Cloud: A Simple Way to Access the Power of Enterprise Spinnaker

I just interviewed Chris Tan, a Senior Product Manager at Armory, about the Cloud offering he is bringing to market.   Armory has been helping the world’s largest and most progressive companies use our enterprise distribution of Spinnaker to ship software with more safety and velocity. Historically, Armory has been installed in our customers’ cloud […]

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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