Now that you’ve logged into ShuttleOps and taken the tour, you may be wondering what to do next. We’ve got you covered -- just follow these steps to get your code to the cloud.

Connect

Connect ShuttleOps to your source control repositories, artifact repositories (like DockerHub or Chef Habitat Builder), public cloud providers (like AWS, GCP and Azure), Kubernetes services and collaboration tools (like Slack).

Build

Design your build workflows, then run your build pipelines whenever you need to build your applications. Check the detailed logs to view build information including pipeline execution details, build status, and any errors.

Deploy

Design your deployment workflows, then run your deployment pipelines to provision infrastructure and deploy applications to your public cloud environments. Check the detailed logs to view deployment information including pipeline execution details, deployment status, and any errors.

Manage

Get a comprehensive view of your deployed applications, environments, networks and Kubernetes clusters, including the distribution of application components across servers.