Codefresh Partners with Amazon EKS on Kubernetes Launch

AWS users will use Codefresh to build, test, and deploy applications to Amazon EKS

Mountain View, CA, June 5, 2018, Codefresh and Amazon partnered today at the launch of Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS), a highly available and scalable Kubernetes service for AWS cloud connection. Codefresh is the first and only continuous integration/delivery (CI/CD) platform designed for Kubernetes. By partnering with Amazon to launch Amazon EKS, the two tech companies aim to make Kubernetes adoption incredibly easy and to accelerate application deployment.

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“80% of enterprises are in the process of adopting Kubernetes but most still haven’t made it to production,” said Codefresh CEO and Co-Founder Raziel Tabib. “This partnership and integration solves two major Kubernetes’ challenges: knowing how to host a production-ready cluster, and how to actually start building and deploying their applications.”

Bringing Codefresh together with Amazon EKS will spur the adoption of related technologies, such as Helm, a package manager for Kubernetes with first-class support in Codefresh.

Codefresh joins several partners as part of a broader launch of Amazon’s managed Kubernetes service.  Users can learn more about Kubernetes deployment to Amazon EKS at

About Codefresh, Inc.
Founded in 2014, Codefresh combines CI/CD, Image Management, and on-demand staging environments to create a complete container delivery toolchain that brings developers and developer operations into a shared platform. Codefresh enables startups and enterprises alike to immediately benefit from microservices and container-based technologies. The company is based in Silicon Valley and Israel. Learn more about Codefresh at Follow Codefresh on LinkedIn or Twitter at @codefresh.

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