New on Spinnaker.io: Spinnaker Success Stories

Nov 1, 2019 by Stu Posluns

The Armory team is happy to announce that we have created a new Success Stories section on the Spinnaker website! This section houses case studies and testimonials from members in the community describing their journey to success with Spinnaker.

The new page is off to a great start, with testimonials from leading enterprises including Avast, Comcast, Lookout, Makerbot, Netflix, SAP CX, TransUnion, and Waze. These stories help to grow and build momentum within the Spinnaker community, and we are excited to add more in the coming months.

Please share your Spinnaker Success Story with the world by submitting a mini-testimonial in the Spinnaker community Slack workspace, or reaching out to us at [email protected] for help in building a case study and getting it up on spinnaker.io!

Recently Published Posts

3 Common Spinnaker Challenges (and Easy Ways to Solve Them)

Sep 27, 2022

Spinnaker is the most powerful continuous delivery tool on the market.  DevOps engineers and developers recognize this power and are looking to use Spinnaker as a foundational tool in their Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) process for hybrid and multi-cloud deployments. Such a powerful, expansive open source tool needs expertise within your organization to […]

Read more

Streamline Advanced Kubernetes Deployments from GitHub Actions with New Armory Service

Sep 23, 2022

Today, Armory is excited to announce the availability of the GitHub Action for Armory Continuous Deployment-as-a-Service. GitHub is where developers shape the future of software. After a developer writes and tests their code in GitHub, it must be deployed. Armory’s GitHub Action for Continuous Deployment-as-a-Service extends the best-in-class deployment capabilities to Kubernetes. CD-as-a-Service enables declarative […]

Read more

When everyone is facing the same headwind, go on the offensive

Sep 12, 2022

Call me Pollyanna, but what a great time to be a Platform or DevOps engineer. If you’re working in a public company, the S&P is off ~20% year over year, so the value of your RSUs has wilted. If you’re working in a private company, venture funding and M&A velocity are anemic, making expansion capital […]

Read more