As you adopt new technologies such as Kubernetes, Pulumi, ArgoCD, and GitOps, they introduce new ways to deploy and manage applications.
This leads to friction between developers and DevOps, impacting application releases, application support, and slowing you down.
Shipa provides a standard model to deploy and manage applications across the existing and new stack, helping you move fast when adopting new technologies while maintaining application consistency and developer experience.
Adopt GitOps and use it beyond Kubernetes while maintaining the developer experience.
Move between IaC providers like Terraform, Pulumi, and Crossplane using a standard application definition.
Manage application lifecycle, security, dependencies, and integrations from a centralized application portal.
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Create A Policy
Create a policy framework to describe application controls used during deployments.
Bind The Policy
Bind the policy framework created to an existing Kubernetes cluster or Linux VM.
Deploy and manage applications using a standard application definition from any pipeline to any infrastructure.
Shipa allows you to focus on evolving your application infrastructure with components such as ArgoCD, Pulumi, Crossplane, Terraform, VMs, or Kubernetes clusters. Have the freedom to move from a regular CI/CD pipeline to GitOps without changing how you deploy and manage applications.
Shipa’s AppOps capabilities turn your organization’s DevOps and Platform Engineering teams into critical enablers, equipped with the tools to enable velocity, security, and control of applications.
Deploy applications from any pipeline tool using a standard application definition.
Use a standard application definition to deploy across Kubernetes and Linux machines.
Developer access to application metrics, dependencies, logs, and more.
Connect deployed applications to your incident management platforms.
See detailed application dependency and network maps, integrations into monitoring tools, and more.
Scanning, policy enforcement, application deployments, and integration reports help you audit applications.