Map your microservices to their consumers, tools, version history, and the teams that support them to achieve a DevOps breakthrough.
Improve Incident Response
Is your support team prepared for microservices? Don’t let them get paged about a microservice they know nothing about.
It’s our job to keep everyone in the loop. DeployHub’s unified Microservice Catalog uncovers the data your support teams need to maintain quick incident response. It gives them a single location to locate the service owners, what was last deployed, and the comparisons and inventory reports needed for them to quickly respond to an issue.
Easily Find and Share Common Services
DeployHub makes it easy for teams to collaborate around microservices.
Give your teams an easy way to discover microservices across your organization. Writing the same service over and over is costly and creates microservice sprawl. DeployHub organizes services so your development teams can share, find, consume, and test services based on ‘solution spaces’ using a Domains Driven Design.
Safely Ship Microservices with DB Updates
Are you ‘flying blind’ when you push microservice updates out to your end users?
Know before you go. DeployHub gives you an early warning system showing the blast radius of your update across all your Kubernetes clusters before you deploy.
Microservice Versioning – Indispensable Clarity
Track and compare changes over time.
To succeed in a cloud native architecture, you need to know what has changed across your Kubernetes clusters from day to day. DeployHub’s built-in version control engine tracks changes between any two versions of your clusters, products or microservices. This is similar to comparing coding updates, but instead we compare all of the details of a container image including where it is running, who uses it, and how it was configured.
Add Automated Configuration Management to Your CD Pipeline
Are you spending time manually tracking changes?
Add DeployHub to your CI/CD Pipeline to automatically track your service changes and their impact. DeployHub is triggered when a new version of your container image has been registered. It grabs the container digest and tag, creates a new version of your service and new versions of all consuming applications. This is your new release candidate captured by your CD Pipeline. When your pipeline deployment step executes, DeployHub is called to initiate the push and captures success/fail results and inventory.