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Announcing the New Spinnaker Observability Plugin

The Armory team is excited to announce that the Spinnaker Observability plugin is now GA. The Observability plugin, a great example of the growing Spinnaker plugin ecosystem, provides critical visibility to Spinnaker operators and replaces the Spinnaker Monitoring Daemon. Read on to learn more.

Don’t miss Open Core Summit 2020 on Dec. 17th. – w/ Keynote by Rosalind Benoit, Director of Community @ Armory

Armory is excited to be a Diamond Sponsor of the second annual Open Core Summit. This three-day virtual event takes place December 16-18, 2020, and brings a variety of thought leaders that are passionate about the intersection of OSS and business. It is the first ecosystem conference focused on accelerating the growth of the world’s […]

Spinnaker community looks to the future by announcing Vision and Mission statement

Isaac Mosquera, our co-founder, CTO, as well as a member of the Spinnaker Steering committee, recently shared a post diving into the details of Spinnaker’s new Vision and Mission. The Spinnaker community developed both the Vision and the Mission as a combined effort between the Steering Committee and the Technical Oversight Committee with the goal […]

Come visit the Armory booth @ AWS re:Invent! Nov. 30th – Dec. 18th

We are happy to announce that Armory is a Bronze sponsor of AWS re:Invent 2020, taking place taking place virtually from Nov. 30 – Dec. 18.

Armory Release v2.23.0 is GA – Highlighted Updates

There have been a number of exciting updates in the latest release of Armory. Highlighted updates include: Artifacts – Helm repo indexes, Oracle Objects; Configuration – Dynamic Accounts, Canary analysis with Dynatrace; Deployment targets – AWS Lambda, Google App Engine; Load Balancers, Plugins V2 Framework, and UI improvements.

Using Playwright E2E to validate Github Pull Requests

This article walks you through integrating Playwright end-to-end tests into your React project and GitHub pull requests. By the end of the article, you should be ready to run and troubleshoot your GitHub Actions!

“Know Your Ropes” – What does a Lifesling & Armory Solution Architects have in common?

Is your business immune from the need for quality software development? Developing, building, and shipping quality software quickly is the primary engine of value creation in companies across all industries. As we reflect on 2020 and how COVID-19 impacted the world, Continuous Delivery and Spinnaker is now getting the attention of c-suites and boards around […]

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.

K8s Workflows with Armory & Spinnaker, from Day 0 to Deployment

We are excited to announce that Armory now provides a K8s-native continuous delivery experience from end-to-end, unlocking Kubernetes deployments in the enterprise at massive scale. As a cloud-native, multi-cloud CD platform, Spinnaker has always been a powerful tool for deploying to Kubernetes. Armory is enhancing Spinnaker by introducing a familiar Kubernetes workflow and helping Spinnaker scale deployments to thousands of Kubernetes clusters.

Our Journey to Continuous Delivery at Grab (Part 1)

Note: We are delighted to host this guest post by Sylvain Bougerel from Grab. The post can also be found on the Grab Tech Blog. Grab is a Singapore-based technology company offering ride-hailing transport services, food delivery, and payment solutions in addition to being the most well-funded private fintech startup in the market in Southeast Asia.
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