- 1.Connect Your Kubernetes Cluster
- 2.Add Your Code Repository
- 3.Generate Deployment Configuration
- 4.Deploy and Automate
Connect Your Kubernetes Cluster
Connect Codefresh to your cluster no matter where it is, Google Cloud, AWS, Techtonic, OpenShift, etc.
Add Your Code Repository
Add repos to setup build webhooks, add tests, configure metadata and more.
Generate Deployment Configuration
Codefresh makes it very easy to generate all the configuration files you need to deploy.
Deploy and Automate
Click deploy and add deployment steps to your pipeline to start automated deployment.
Flip The Switch,
Codefresh has smart defaults to get you up and running. When you’re ready, add your own deployment and service yml.
“ Our test cycle went from three
days to three hours. ”Damon Zirkler Steelcase
“ We felt like we found someone who really understands docker. ”Judd Flamm Family Search
“ In Codefresh, to be able to look at a pull-request, and spin up an environment is super valuable. ”Sumit Chachra Tivix