Atomist Year in Review: 2018
It has been an incredible year helping improve the state of software delivery in our world. A little over a year ago, Atomist was in early access, and a lot has happened since then.
Some of the highlights:
- The open source Software Delivery Machine project for automating delivery actions reached 1.0
- Atomists Jessica Kerr and Rod Johnson contributed along with other authors to the Software Defined Delivery Manifesto to shine the light on the need to engineer software delivery system.
- We added native support for Kubernetes, Cloud Foundry and Docker images
- The Atomist service went from early access to publicly available early in 2018
We also sponsored and attended over 20 major events, handed out thousands of T-shirts and stickers, and enjoyed meeting so many of you there. You are the reason we build Atomist.
And some of your favorite posts to read were:
- Jess broke, and then fixed, docs.atomist.com.
- Christian showed you how to deploy a Spring Boot application to Kubernetes in three minutes.
- Lieven explained how to maintain good code hygiene with automation.
- Rod demonstrated how to use a Software Delivery Machine to automate your developer experience.
- David explained how we responded to the Kubernetes privilege escalation flaw.
- And we capped it off with Danny’s Advent of Atomist so that you can get daily doses of fun coding projects (or, if you're like me, plow through a week's worth at a time)
Thank you to our community of customers, partners, and friends for your usage, input and help this year.
From the whole team here at Atomist, we wish you a Happy New Year and look forward to more #DoItInCode in 2019.