Target & Cloud Portability enabled by Armory: As told by Scopely and Makerbot
Mar 5, 2018 by DROdio
Armory recently published two customer stories showcasing how Scopely and Makerbot have used our Platform— the Core of which is powered by Spinnaker– to migrate between VMs and Containers, and also across clouds.
As the underlying clouds mature, and companies work to break monolithic applications into microservices as they reach Stage 3 in their software deployment maturity, application teams will want to deploy their workloads at the optimal cadence for each mircroservice, to the optimal target, on the optimal cloud.
Armory’s Platform exists to help software teams ship better software, faster. Enabling cloud portability and seamless migration for application teams across different targets is a key core component of our platform and long-term vision.
Read the customer stories here:
Want to achieve the same results? Armory offers a $5k flat fee Proof of Concept where we work with you to move one of your applications onto our Platform, and measure before & after success criteria (typically metrics like time to deploy, manual steps needed to deploy, ability + steps to roll back, etc.) If you’d like to run a POC with us, please complete this Needs Analysis so we can determine how to best help you.
Want to dig deeper into our Platform Roadmap? We recently published a 35 minute video here describing how Armory’s building a Platform to help software teams ship better software, faster.
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