Script less - Ship more - Manage better

Feeling Like a YAML Engineer?

Are you tired of piecing together a custom Kubernetes platform? Is the dev team complaining about the less-than-ideal developer experience? Are you loosing control over what’s deployed where, by who, what version and resources are being used?

With Shipa’s developer-centric portal, DevOops can eliminate the need for custom Terraform scripts, Helm charts and YAML files so developers can get started with Kubernetes immediately while Platform teams maintain full control over configurations, which reduces the security, cost and compliance risks from configuration errors.


Centralize Policies and Control

Set centralized RBAC, application logging, security and network rules

Shipa services incl. resource consumption, RBAC, service mesh, observability, 3rd party services, network policies, registry integration and vulnerability scan etc. 

DevOps Workflow Across Teams

Ensure best practices and feedback loops across multiple teams

Continuous Operations - Post Deployment

Full post deployment visibility of resources, applications and dependencies


Supporting the Applications

Complete control and audit trail of the full application lifecycle across clusters and clouds


Integration into major monitoring and incident management tools 

  • Prometheus
  • DataDog
  • NewRelic
  • Gitlab Issues

Central Application Observability

App dependency mapping, network map and application logging and roll-back

The Story

The Platform Engineering Story

Watch the video below to see the day-to-day life of the Platform Engineering team.

*Any resemblance to reality is pure coincidence


The Basic Process

Define Framework

Create the framework that will enforce controls and security for your applications

Connect Clusters

Connect different clusters to the previously created pools where applications will then be deployed

Add Users

Add developers and other members of your team who will be using Shipa

Deploy and Monitor

Deploy your applications using Shipa and focus on monitoring and governance rather than infrastructure