Well, our devs keep coming up with new features, meaning my fingers are really going to need a break from typing this summer. This time, they’re really excited so, without further ado, I’d like to present Cycloid StackForms.
StackCraft, our WYSIWYG cloud designer, allows you to drag and drop resources to create new infrastructure templates (stacks). It’s a tool that will revolutionize the way your teams create infrastructure, bringing a new level of visibility and collaboration to your processes. Want to know how we do it? Read on.
Visibility and accessibility are key factors when it comes to efficient software development. They’re also key pillars of DevOps, and a first step in the fight against silos which hinder, well, pretty much everything.
Today's infrastructures are complex and inaccessible to everyone except the most technical profiles. This isn't good for efficient teamwork. Infrastructure diagrams don't work with modern infrastructures, so we've come up with an alternative called InfraView.
TerraCognita is a key part of Cycloid. We call it our "reverse Terraform" and we're going to show you how it's going to make your move to DevOps easier than you might have previously imagined.
The pipeline is a core element of your stack and, in conjunction with infrastructure as code and config management, is an essential part of your environment. We decided it needed a little more love, and we’re proud to present our latest release which does just that. The new and improved Cycloid pipeline introduces two major improvements that will make managing your pipelines intuitive and safer, and a third improvement that will make ops very happy indeed!
Distributed teams, collaborative tools, democratic access to the CI/CD pipeline...
They're all things that make our DevOps-loving hearts sing, but as your environments get more complex and your team grows and diversifies, it can be harder and harder to allow democratic access to your infra. Transparency and visibility are two of the main pillars of DevOps and, without them, you're not really doing it right.