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Codefresh Enterprise Offers Windows Support, Role-Based Access Control, Unique Hybrid Infrastructure and More

Codefresh, the first Kubernetes-native Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) platform, today launched Codefresh Enterprise that offers advanced deployment options, Windows, Arm (32/64-bit) build support, and enterprise-grade permissions and authorization. Codefresh's Chief Evangelist Dan Garfield details the announcement in a new blog post, "Codefresh Delivers for Enterprise: RBAC, On Prem/Hybrid, SSO, Windows and more," on the company's website.

Codefresh Enterprise features include:

  • Hybrid infrastructure, meaning Codefresh can securely access and work with internal systems so builds do not leave the infrastructure, and companies maintain ownership of their builds;
  • Docker/Kubernetes support on Windows, Arm (32/64-bit), and Linux;
  • Single sign-on authentication via SAML, Okta, LDAP and more;
  • Role-based access control.

"With Codefresh Enterprise and hybrid deployment, developers can have their cake and eat it too," Garfield said. "Enterprises want to use SaaS software, but for security reasons, they often have to install and manage software themselves. Managing all that software is expensive, inflexible, and hard to maintain. Codefresh's hybrid model provides a SaaS-like experience while keeping builds and code on the user's infrastructure."

Known for making it easier and up to 24x faster to deploy applications to Kubernetes, Codefresh is a proven solution with:

  • 3.4M images
  • 5.4M commits
  • 3.2M builds
  • 20,000+ users
"Now when our engineers commit code, Codefresh runs all the testing we need and spins up an environment just for the feature they worked on. Our QA and design teams can access this unique environment and do a level of testing that just wasn't possible before. Our test cycle went from three days to three hours." -- Damon Zirkler, Solutions Architect, Steelcase
Published Tuesday, July 31, 2018 9:37 AM by David Marshall
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