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Software Delivery Acceleration

Get software out into production, where it was made to be, with increased safety & velocity.

Increase the Pace of Innovation while Decreasing Risk

Every minute that software is stuck in your pipeline is another minute that it is not creating value for your business, and another minute of frustration for the developer who wrote the code. To compete effectively, companies need to keep up with the ever-increasing pace of innovation without sacrificing quality and impacting customer trust.

Enter Armory and the Spinnaker continuous delivery platform. Spinnaker was created by Netflix to help them release code thousands of times a day, and has the tools and built-in best practices to help companies anywhere along the continuous delivery journey. With Armory, you get accelerated innovation, increased reliability, and improved developer productivity and satisfaction.

Standardized Deployment Pipelines

Templetated pipelines (including pipelines-as-code stored in your git repository) to increase automation, QA, and consistency in software delivery, agnostic to the target environment.

1-Click Rollbacks

Simple, 1-click rollbacks in the event that new deployments are causing errors (assisted by monitoring and alerting through integrations with Datadog and others).

Blue/Green Deployments

Spin up and redirect to your new production environment without shutting down your old environment, and easily redirect traffic back if the new environment causes issues.

Automated Canary Analysis

Deploy your new code to limited groups of users before full release, with automated promotion or failure of the canary based on pre-selected metrics.

Simplified Tooling

Keep your developers focused on delivering innovation instead of maintaining complex custom tooling and glue code, while still integrating seamlessly with your CI tool of choice.

Faster Feedback Loops

Easily and quickly tie outcomes to specific code changes by frequently releasing small diffs, enabling rapid iteration while the code is still fresh in the developer’s mind.

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