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Tiers That Scale Your Continuous Deployment Needs
Declarative Continuous Deployment at no cost!
Built for small businesses with big dreams and <101 employees
per *Application Target per Month
being deployed to a namespace running on a cluster (application x namespace x cluster).
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|Features & Capabilities||Free||Startup|
|Application Targets||Up to 25||Unlimited|
|Data Retention||30 Days||365 Days|
|Multiple K8s Deployments in a Single Manifest|
|Kustomize Repos for K8s|
|Helm Charts for K8s|
|Automated Impact Analysis (Canary Analysis)|
|Route Traffic with Service Mesh (SMI)|
|Route Traffic with Service Mesh (ISTIO)|
|Asynchronous Webhooks for Long-running Test Automation|
|Cloud Providers and Target Services||
|Amazon Kubernetes Service (EKS)|
|Amazon ECS||Coming soon!||Coming soon!|
|Amazon Lambda||Coming soon!||Coming soon!|
|Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)|
|Google Kubernetes Service (GKE)|
|Open Ecosystem Integration||
|Custom Webhook Triggers|
|Reduce Administration Complexity||
|Command-line Interface (CLI)|
|Dynamic Account Configuration|
|Agent-Based Management for Kubernetes|
|Provision Users from Okta|
|Provision Users from OAuth2.0 (OIDC)|
|Single Sign-on with OAuth2.0 (OIDC)|
|Role Based Access Control (Built-in Roles)|
|Role Based Access Control (Custom Roles)|
|Assure Availability & Scalability||
|Service Level Agreement (SLA)||99.5%|
|Access to Armory’s Knowledge Base|
|Success Manager for Accelerated Onboarding|
|Support Hours of Operation||10-5 est Mon-Friday||9-8 est Mon-Friday|
|Support Location||North America||North America|
|Architecture and Environment Reviews||Annual|
“Continuous Deployment-as-a-Service works without needing the spotlight, which is what we want from an infrastructure tool.”
George London, CTO, Upwave
What is an Application Target?
An Application Target is an independently deployable Application or Service being deployed to a namespace running on a cluster (application or service x namespace x cluster).
What’s an Application or Service you ask? A service, or microservice as it’s often referred to, is a independent component of the software that communicates over well-defined APIs. An application is a group of services that can be deployed together as a single independently ‘deployable payload’.
Example: If you have 100 microservices, and each deploys independently, then you have 100 applications. If you have 100 microservices, 91 of them deploy together, and 9 of them deploy independently, then you have 10 applications.
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