PHP UK gets exclusive first-look at ContinuousPipe
ContinuousPipe today unveiled the beta version of its cloud-based tool for faster development workflows at PHP UK — the UK’s largest PHP event.
The PHP UK audience of more than 700 delegates, speakers, and sponsors was invited to take an exclusive first-look at ContinuousPipe — a tool that simplifies web development processes by using faster workflows.
A product of web and software development company Inviqa, ContinuousPipe dramatically cuts lead times and speeds up the development feedback loop. It does this using technologies including Docker and Kubernetes to automate the deployment, scaling, and management of web applications.
ContinuousPipe founder Samuel Rozé, who is conducting live demonstrations of the product at PHP UK, said: ‘We’ve been blown away by the response to ContinuousPipe — a sign that our product speaks to a very real need to simplify web development processes.
‘Adding a simple feature to a website should be a piece of cake. But too often the process is hampered by long lead times and slow feedback loops that cost the site owner time and money. ContinuousPipe aims to solve this challenge and ensure faster deployments’.
Another core advantage of ContinuousPipe is the ability to experiment with new features and designs without interrupting the live application. This supports more agile ways of working.
Inviqa is already using ContinuousPipe with many of its clients across a range of sectors including publishing, energy, and retail.
If you’d like to learn more about the advantages of working with ContinuousPipe, do drop us a line. If you’re attending PHP UK, be sure to say hello! You’ll find ContinuousPipe at the Inviqa stand where we’ll be running live product demos on 16–17 February.