Docker and other container architectures seem to make a lot of things simpler at first glance. But as you look deeper, you’ll discover a number of challenges that early adopters are already facing. These complex scenarios are exactly the kinds of situations our tools were built for.
Your release process doesn’t go away after you implement containers. In fact, virtually all of the common problems enterprises face — getting software through a release pipeline and deployed to multiple environments — stay the same.
Without XebiaLabs tools, it’s nearly impossible to scale to handle complex container scenarios. Our products let you handle multi-container and hybrid deployments — and multiple interdependent release pipelines — with ease.
XL Deploy is the most advanced deployment automation tool available today, automating and standardizing complex deployments to any target environment. It automatically handles complex multi-container and hybrid deployment scenarios, integration with your CI/CD pipeline, environment-specific configuration, and more. XL Deploy lets you handle multi-container and deployments to any target with ease.
XL Release lets you automate, orchestrate and get visibility into your release pipelines – at enterprise scale. It allows you to easily define and run delivery pipelines for multi-container, microservice, and hybrid scenarios, with templates for decoupled release trains, coordinated master and subreleases, and other advanced release patterns. As you scale, you will need XL Release to manage your complex release pipelines and dependencies between components.
"With XL Deploy we were able to automate the deployment process end-to-end. Deployments can be repeated more readily in other environments, and deployers do not have to spend so much time on administrative tasks."
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