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Shipyard for DevOps

Automate the management and deployment of your ephemeral environments and focus on what really matters

Are you spending too much time maintaining non-production infrastructure?

DevOps teams are pulled in a number of directions, often spending precious hours fixing internal tooling like broken staging and testing environments. With Shipyard, a full-stack ephemeral environment is automatically generated on every pull request. This includes fresh builds of all dependencies and a fresh copy of stateful data. By eliminating the need for manual DevOps intervention, Shipyard frees you up to focus on your SLIs / SLOs / SLAs.

Are you spending too much time maintaining non-production infrastructure?

Are you still paying for testing, preview, and staging environments to run 24/7?

Are your environments tuned (Resource Limits) for what they actually need? Shipyard optimizes your infrastructure costs based on your actual usage.

Are you still paying for testing, preview, and staging environments to run 24/7?

Are regressions and buggy releases affecting your SLAs?

QA and testing are a DevOps engineer’s most effective tools for catching problems before they make it in to production and affect your SLIs / SLOs / SLAs. Using Shipyard production-like ephemeral environments that build and deploy all of your application’s dependencies and represent an accurate state of your data enable your QA and tests to catch bugs before they are released. Catching regressions early keeps your SLAs intact, keeping customers happy.

Are regressions and buggy releases affecting your SLAs?

The Shipyard Way

A developer completes a feature and creates a pull request

Shipyard automatically builds and deploys a full-stack preview environment built just for that branch

Your CI/CD now has access to that ephemeral environment through Shipyard’s API

Your CI/CD platform starts running your full suite of E2E / integration tests against your newly generated ephemeral environment. Passes or fails are propagated to your developers once tests finish

Fixes by developers, based on failed tests, can be pushed and automatically deployed for the tests to run again

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