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Scopely - Delivering Games with Spinnaker

Scopely is a mobile games publisher and developer that aims to provide diverse, immersive experiences for both casual and hardcore gamers. Founded in 2011, they boast multiple studios in six countries and their top-grossing mobile games have reached millions of users worldwide.

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Chaos Monkey And Spinnaker

Image credit: Charles Daoud

Ever heard of Netflix's Simian Army?

It represents the collection of tools Netflix has been arming themselves with since 2011 to test the AWS infrastructure. These unusual tools are open source, widely adaptable, and a wonderfully chaotic way to test software for operational vulnerabilities.

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How 3 Major Teams Resolved Their Cloud Deployment Headaches With Spinnaker

 

In 2015, Netflix released Spinnaker in an effort to share the joy of predictable deployments. Today, dozens of Global 2,000 companies use Spinnaker to automate deployments across multiple cloud targets with more confidence and velocity than ever before. 

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3 Promising Reasons Why Spinnaker Makes Multi-Cloud Deployments Safer


Since 2017, enterprises have been investing in a multi-cloud strategy for higher availability of applications and to avoid vendor lock-in. While that's all well and good for the enterprises, it's not very fun for the DevOps teams who are left configuring and customizing specific deployments for different cloud environments.

5 Convincing Reasons That Pushed Netflix Teams To Adopt Spinnaker

Over the past few years, Netflix teams have gradually adopted Spinnaker to the point where it now deploys over 95% of all their cloud-based infrastructure. But this wide-scale adoption process had to be approached strategically. 

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3 Practical Ways You Can Customize Spinnaker To Your Organization


Here's some bad news: there is no one-size-fits-all continuous delivery platform. 

Automated Canary Analysis and How Netflix Uses It For Better Software

intro to automated canary analysis

During World War I, canaries were used to detect toxic gases in the environment before humans could be harmed. They were also routinely used in coal mines where they would sing and chirp inside a small cage to signal the air was safe for the workers. Fortunately for the birds, they were later replaced with automated detectors. 

Convince Your Manager To Send You To Spinnaker Summit 2018


Case studies from the biggest tech companies, keynotes by Netflix, hands-on workshops led by experts, and a Google-sponsored lounge party? That's enough to send anyone (in tech) running to the nearest airport. Although while you're already making mental lists of what to pack, your manager will likely need a bit more convincing.

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