Meet the new and improved Replicated Help Center and support community

The Replicated Help Center is the definitive source of all information for distributing and installing applications with Replicated. Over the past few months, we’ve evaluated customer feedback on how they’re using the Help Center and what they’d like to see. And today, we’re announcing the best version of the Replicated Help Center yet—focused on helping

Put your application to the test with EnterpriseGrade

In November 2016, Replicated collaborated with our peers in the enterprise IT space to launch EnterpriseReady—a collection of advice and best practices on how to build SaaS applications with the types of features that enterprise buyers expect. Today, we’re taking that project a step further by launching EnterpriseGrade—a short but thorough questionnaire to assess how

Slashing your attack surface by reining in your SaaS data sprawl

If you’re like most people, you probably didn’t hear about this recent breach experienced by Reddit. The attack was small in terms of sheer scale, but is notable nonetheless: It highlights some of the vulnerabilities of the SaaS model, where companies are encouraged to trust sensitive customer data with third parties that bear no real

Replicated Studio: Develop faster, release more often.

We are excited to announce Replicated Studio, an isolated development environment which gives you and your team a faster way to build and iterate on your application releases. Over the last few months, we’ve been working to improve the development workflow. We recently released the Replicated CLI, which helps with automating Release creation and promotion

Automating your releases

Developers and teams are happiest when they release higher quality updates more often. And most importantly, so are your customers. Great tooling plays an important part in helping everyone reach this happy place. We are excited to announce the release of the Replicated Platform CLI. This touch of tooling helps teams iterate and release new

Replicated and Docker EE

Recently, Docker split their installation into two different packages: Community Edition and Enterprise Edition. The enterprise edition of Docker does not include any additional features, but rather it is built to run on operating systems that are designed for enterprise use. The community edition of Docker continues to run on free, open source, popular distributions

Even smaller Docker image sizes

In one of our recent posts, we looked at some of the core strategies for reducing a docker image size. Since then, new ways to reduce an image size have emerged, enabling even faster distribution of images and startup times. In this post, I’m going to set up a common scenario: a Dockerfile that builds

Replicated vendor portal updates

We’re excited to announce the release of a newly redesigned frontend for vendor.replicated.com. Over the past couple of years, we’ve been constantly updating the default, vanilla, bootstrap-powered version, but we decided to shake things up a bit and redesign it. But it’s a lot more than a simple redesign. We’ve added a lot of new

Replicated multi-channel licenses

All Replicated instances are installed with a single license file. The license file is connected to a release channel, and the installation will receive updates when a new release is promoted to that channel. This process has worked pretty well so far and continues to be the best option for most installations. But there are

Custom preflight checks

Out of the box, Replicated always runs a set of preflight checks when your application is first installed or when any update is being installed. We check to make sure the server(s) and the environment running Replicated meets our minimum requirements and we offer some options to configure this to allow application developers the control