Regis Wilson presents a 5 minute video submission for a lightning talk presentation at the SRE From Anywhere event.
In our latest whitepaper, we show how to increase developer velocity by 35% using Environments as a Service.
Today we are super excited to announce our $2.7M Seed round led by Sequoia Capital.
Sequoia leads $2.7M Seed Round to Launch ReleaseHub, Environments-as-a-Service
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These two methods for using Kubernetes health checks will improve your applications running in production.
Great SaaS sales demos using these three game changers enabled by Release environments.
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Velocity is a measurement of how many story points a software development team can finish within a sprint (usually one o
At Release, environments are our main focus, but we can’t create environments without builds. Recently we undertook a pr
In this blog post we’ll investigate certain advanced concepts related to Kubernetes init containers, sidecars
I had the pleasure of reconnecting with Corey Quinn on his excellent podcast, “Screaming in the Cloud”. The far-ranging
If you’ve used Kubernetes (k8s), you’ve probably bumped into the dreaded CrashLoopBackOff. A CrashLoopBackOff is possibl
Do you ever feel like you have no idea what you’re doing? Like you’re just kind of going along with things, doing your b
Setup your own free Minecraft Server running on releasehub.com One of the coolest things about working at Release
Feature Flags are a necessary and ubiquitous part of modern software development. As your company and the complexity of
I Need/Want/Love Examples I know that when I try out a new product, if it’s hard to see what it does quickly I usually
How do Delete Hundreds, or Possibly Thousands of Route53 DNS Entries Quickly and Easily
I know that when I try out a new product if it’s hard to see what it does quickly I usually move on.