We are providing a hosted Keptn installation that you can explore without installing anything. Head over to keptn.public.demo.keptn.sh and have a look around to explore 4 different projects that we are currently hosting:
Please find a short description of the projects to explore:
Explore this project that orchestrates load tests along with chaos experiments to evaluate the resilience of applications. Learn more about this use case in the blog series (part 1, part 2), in our Keptn user group presentation, and replicate this setup via our tutorial.
Explore the 2-stage demo with the CNCF podtatohead application that has been onboarded. The application is deployed twice per day, with one fast and one slower build. Explore how the Keptn quality gates prevent the slower run to reach production, based on data from Prometheus. Please have a look at the dedicated tutorial to set this up yourself.
Our famous Sockshop application with a 3-stage environment and quality gates using data from Dynatrace. Each day 3 builds try to make it into production, but only two versions are stable enough to pass the quality gates. You can set up this demo yourself by following the Sockshop tutorial using either Prometheus or Dynatrace.
This project is holds the Unleash feature toggle framework that is used in our demos for auto-remediating production issues by switching feature flags. Learn more in our full tours how to set it up yourself.
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