As we continue to see adoption growing and new use-cases addressed by users leveraging Shipa, this vision will keep evolving but continuously focusing on operationalizing how you deploy, manage, support, and secure applications across heterogeneous infrastructure.
GitOps has been getting traction as a cloud-native approach to continuous deployment. It leverages Git for version control, which we then consider as the source of truth. If executed well, GitOps can bring benefits such as automation of your continuous deployment pipeline, lower downtimes, consistency of workflows, and more.
Many DevOps teams will face the second phase of their Kubernetes adoption challenge, the pushback from developers on having Kubernetes as their direct interface for developing and managing their applications.
Implement a structured workflow that allows Developers to deploy and manage their applications. At the same time, DevOps teams define framework layers that will enable them to address requirements such as governance and developer productivity at scale.
Using Rancher and Shipa to Manage Multiple Clusters and Applications
Video shows Shipa and Rancher deployment
What would be the easiest way to create and manage multiple clusters, potentially spread across different regions and providers? Can we combine that with an easy way for developers to manage their applications across those clusters? A combination of Rancher and Shipa might provide the simplicity we are looking for.
Shipa – A Kubernetes platform from a developer’s perspective
Can we have a platform that helps developers deploy, manage, and monitor their applications without going into all the details behind Kubernetes?
Shipa might be one such platform. In this video, we’re exploring Shipa from the developer’s perspective.
One of the upcoming videos will go through parts of Shipa related to the work operators, sysadmins, SREs, or platform managers are doing.
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00:00 What is Shipa?
09:13 Deploying apps from container images
13:20 Adding platforms
16:51 Deploying apps from source code
20:26 Deploying new releases
22:30 Scaling applications
24:06 Final thoughts