The Core of Armory’s Platform: Consul Stage in Armory Spinnaker

Apr 10, 2018 by Alex Bello

We are rapid-prototyping a Consul Stage in Armory Spinnaker, which is at the Core of Armory’s Platform. With this native integration you can store any properties found in the pipeline context as key values in your Consul cluster. This is particularly useful uf you are using a Terraform stage to create infrastructure your application will need access to after being deployed.

Here’s how the proposed stage would work: We’d love your feedback. If you’d like this, please give us your feedback in our http://go.Armory.io/ideas form (our product team, reads each one of these carefully).

This is a proposed feature, but you can also try our production platform:

Armory’s platform exists to help software teams ship better software faster. It’s free forever for 5 users or less. You can:

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