Red Hat OpenShift GitOps just won an award! The DevOps Dozen Tools and Services Awards were announced last week, and Red Hat OpenShift GitOps took the prize for Best DevOps Repo or GitOps Tool or Service. We're honored to join these best in class winners, like CircleCI, GitLab and JFrog.
From the awards:
Red Hat OpenShift GitOps takes a developer-centric approach to building applications, using the Git repository as the single source of truth for both developers and operations teams. Based on the open source Argo CD project, OpenShift GitOps enables IT teams to implement GitOps workflows for cluster configuration and application delivery.
If you're interested in learning more about GitOps in Red Hat OpenShift, you should find time on February 9 to join us at the OpenShift Commons Gathering on GitOps. This OpenShift Commons Gathering will be held live and broadcast live around the globe. As always, our focus is on creating a welcoming and inclusive space for peer-to-peer interactions online. This Gathering will focus on talks from and by GitOps practitioners with production deployments sharing their use cases, insights into their workloads and lessons learned along the way.
We're pleased to communicate some victorious news: Red Hat OpenShift Platform Plus has received a 2022 Stratus Award. This is not the first time we've won such an award, and it's the second time Red ...