Shipmight is a Developer Platform which runs on any Kubernetes cluster.
Think Heroku, but on your infrastructure.
Install via Helm on your cloud of choice.
Kubernetes is a great platform for orchestrating infrastructure, but it is not a Developer Platform. It gives too much power and responsibility in the hands of developers who want to deploy a simple web app.
Teams supporting their custom deployment flows. Onboarding new developers takes time. Unmaintained custom scripts and application manifests. SRE time spent on supporting various workflows and teaching developers.
Unified deployemnt flow across teams. Fast onboarding. SRE time spent supporting one platform. Less vendor lock-in from consultancies.
Your developers spend too much of their workday fighting DevOps problems. Onboarding new developers to learn the internal scripts and processes takes too much time. Your developers use various paid external services because those services are superior to your in-house scripts. Every team does DevOps differently and this makes SREs jobs difficult.
Every developer hour spent on unnecessary DevOps hurdles costs time and increases the likelihood of developer rotation. Offer your developers the PaaS experience they want and deserve, in-house.
Your dev team is smart and can solve in-ompany problems and inefficiencies. How easy is it for them to publish an internal tool for their colleagues to use?
The more friction this process entails, the less likely they are to even try. At least more than one time.
Shipmight works great as a platform for hosting internal tools. Offer your developers a frictionless way to share their work. Don’t shut down your employees’ creativity and problem solving.
Shipmight is released on GitHub under GNU AGPLv3.
Take Shipmight anywhere. Maintain a private fork. Make it suit you.
Join the mailing list to get notified when a new version or new content on the website is released. Max 1 email per week.