Visually create, collaborate on and orchestrate your microservice applications without editing YAML.
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How it works
Visually model your applications and create a living architecture – just drag and drop images (yours or from DockerHub), create dependencies, add networking and storage, then finish configurations.
Share your private applications with individuals or publicly across the community – you can even create team spaces to work collaboratively across your company. View, edit, fork!
Flexibility in development and deployment are key – develop where you want and orchestrate where you want without editing YAML. Just download the orchestration files and you’re off!
Insights From the Blog
Introduction We wanted an on-premise version of yipee.io with a smaller footprint than our SaaS product. For an initial POC we decided to pursue an alternate dashboard for Kubernetes, utilizing the application editor from yipee.io. Instead of creating and storing...
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Cron Jobs are time-based, scheduled tasks that run periodically at fixed times, dates, or intervals. They're an important feature in any tech stack. From renewing SSL certificates with Let's Encrypt to refreshing configurations, Cron Jobs have tons of uses limited...