Armory Founder Shares Insights on the Continuous Delivery Foundation and Spinnaker

Mar 16, 2019 by Armory

Last week, The Linux Foundation announced the creation of the Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF) a neutral organization that will help grow and sustain an open continuous delivery ecosystem. In parallel, we announced Armory’s participation as a founder member of the CDF.

Spinnaker, the leading open-source software delivery platform to modernize application deployments, was accepted as one of the initial projects to be hosted by the CDF and is poised to reach the next level of mainstream adoption.

Check out Armory founder and Chief Product Officer, Ben Mappen, as he shares his thoughts of how the new foundation will impact the growth of Spinnaker and what Armory’s role as a founder member means for Spinnaker and the community.

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