Deployment Strategies

DevOps adoption is growing across businesses in all industries, mainly due to the wide array of benefits that DevOps can provide. A recent study[1] found that among companies that have implemented DevOps: 63% improved quality of deployments 63% release software more frequently 55% have better collaboration between teams DevOps adoption can help a company become

DevOps has generated an entirely new language of terms used to describe specific ideas, processes and situations. These terms can be confusing, particularly when they are as similar as ‘continuous integration’ and ‘continuous delivery.’ So, what’s the difference between the two, and how do you leverage each to achieve your overall business goals? What is

Merry Microservices and Happy Containers to All! Every business is competing in an environment that is constantly changing. To keep up with the increasing customer demands for speed and quality while controlling costs, IT leaders are adopting DevOps, CI/CD, and release automation. Deployment strategies are one way to release changes faster, eliminate downtime, and reduce

With the release of FlexDeploy 5.2, we now have the ability to automate K8s Deployment Strategies as well as more native support for K8s. Because of this, we unfortunately have to say goodbye to the Helm Tab to make room for K8! This blog will require you to have a working knowledge of K8s and

We’ve all been there. An update is rolling out, all pre-flight checks are green, and yet everything falls apart after the update is released. Anyone in this position then inevitably asks the common question: “How can we avoid this?” Enter K8s Deployment Strategies. Check out the FlexDeploy integration if you already have a handle on