Code to Cloud in minutes

The fast, simple, and secure way to deliver applications

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One Platform to rapidly build, deploy & manage applications



Connect DevOps teams and easily integrate tools including GitHub, GitLab, BitBucket, AWS, GCP, Azure, Slack, and Chef Habitat Builder Depot.



Quickly build and store applications with manual, scheduled or automated triggers using our code-free pipeline editor.



Deploy infrastructure and applications across cloud environments, while intelligently managing configurations based on destination.



Get full transparency on build and deploy status, pipeline velocity, application health and more.

DevOps Collaboration Made Easy

DevOps teams now have a single platform to build, deploy and manage applications, so they can get fixes, features, and updates to customers quickly and securely.


Leadership Team

Increase the speed of innovation and get new features and valuable updates out to customers, while enforcing process security, and compliance.



Spend your time focusing on creating great applications by automating your build and deploy processes.



Streamline the delivery of your applications and get full visibility into application distribution and health across environments.

The State of DevOps Report 2019 has released its annual report where they talk about key findings from
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