Embracing On-prem Delivery with DevOps, Jama Software

The video above is a talk from the DevOpsDays Seattle 2019 event. In the presentation, Maarika Krumhansl, an Engineering Manager at Jama Software, describes the company’s evolution to create a continuous deployment pipeline to both SaaS and on-prem environments by leveraging Docker and Replicated. We’ve captured some of the highlights below, but this video is

HashiCorp Webinar – Delivering Terraform Enterprise On-prem (Recording)

In the Fall of 2019, Replicated CEO, Grant Miller, sat down with Evan Phoenix, a lead engineer at HashiCorp, to discuss how they deliver Terraform Enterprise with Replicated. During this webinar, you’ll get overviews of both Replicated and Terraform, followed by a detailed screenshare of how HashiCorp leverages the core Replicated Vendor features to deliver

Introducing SchemaHero

At Replicated, we believe that all software should be built to support modern on-prem installations. Most software requires at least one database, and reliable, automated database schema management is essential for application updates. To help enable this, we are introducing a new open source project named SchemaHero, available on GitHub today. SchemaHero is a Kubernetes

Replicated Troubleshoot

Replicated is releasing a major improvement to our support bundle tool and renaming the expanded feature to Replicated Troubleshoot. Support bundles have long been a core feature of Replicated, enabling vendors to collect a myriad of information from their on-prem customers’ instances for analysis and remediation. With Replicated Troubleshoot, application vendors can take greater control

Replicated and Heavybit Host The First Ever DevGuild: Enterprise-Ready Products Conference

In a few short weeks, we’ll host the first ever EnterpriseReady event in partnership with Heavybit. The event is taking place on October 11 in San Francisco at Folsom Street Foundry, and we invite you to join us. Register here EnterpriseReady is our educational resource for companies who are BUILDING products for the enterprise. Here

Hands on with AWS Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes

Amazon’s long-awaited Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (EKS) is here, which means everybody operating in the world of cloud-native applications and Amazon Web Services should probably develop at least a baseline understanding of what it does and how it works. Replicated is no exception: lots of end-users deploy Replicated-powered applications on AWS, and we’re continuously

Build applications with Kubernetes, deliver to enterprise customers with Replicated

Docker containers and Kubernetes have already changed the way that applications are packaged and developed, but that’s only a part of their total promise. The driving principle behind Replicated is that they will also change the way enterprises consume applications—by eliminating the false choice between antiquated, complex on-prem software and modern, scalable, simple-to-manage software as

Taking Code Climate Enterprise from a Docker image to a modern software product

This is a guest post by Noah Davis, co-founder of Code Climate. Used by over 100,000 projects, and analyzing over 2 billion lines of code daily, Code Climate incorporates fully-configurable test coverage and maintainability data throughout the development workflow, making quality improvement explicit, continous, and ubiquitous. Code Climate was founded in 2011 as a hosted

Don’t commit to selling SaaS. Commit to selling your product.

This is a guest post by Travis Kimmel, co-founder and CEO of GitPrime, a startup that uses data from GitHub, GitLab, BitBucket—or any Git based code repository—to help engineering leaders move faster, optimize work patterns, and advocate for engineering with concrete data. Enterprise SaaS startups face a common dilemma when it comes to the decision

How we’re using GraphQL and Apollo at Replicated

In recent months we’ve been making the transition from using REST APIs to using GraphQL, which has enhanced our development workflow in a variety of ways. If you haven’t heard of GraphQL, it’s an open-source data query language that allows you to request multiple types of data, all using a single endpoint. In addition to