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What Armory customers are saying about Spinnaker

Aug 15, 2017 by DROdio

We spend a lot of time with application, infrastructure and automation teams, as well as engineering leaders at Global 2000 businesses, and we learn a lot from them. In the process we’ve amassed a good number of quotes that provide insight into why companies are choosing Spinnaker to solve their software delivery and infrastructure management problems, which we wanted to share with others who might have the same pain points.

These quotes show the value that engineering leaders get from standardizing deployments company-wide on Spinnaker:








These quotes show the value that automation & infrastructure teams get from deploying with Spinnaker:









These quotes show the value that application teams get from deploying with Spinnaker:






Here are some quotes about “why Spinnaker?”:



Here are some quotes on “Why Armory?”:




These customer quotes are why we built Barometer, our Automated Canary Analysis solution for Spinnaker:







How and Why We Capture Customer Quotes:

In order to effectively prioritize our product experiments and roadmap based on the pain points we hear, we needed a good feedback loop for Armory engineers to hear directly from customers, so we built the “Armory Quote Bot,” which lets us easily input quotes as we hear them. It then distributes those quotes over Slack to the relevant team members.

If what you read above resonates with you, the first step is to understand what stage of software delivery your company is currently in, and decide how important it is to your company to move to Stages 4 or 5. If improving your software delivery safety, confidence and velocity is a priority for your company, we can enable your success.

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