Developer tool to automate deployment workflows
Cascade is a collection of deployment tools that streamlines your manual code deployment into an automated process. This tool was built and designed for developers based on open source technologies – manages and automates development workflows and allows for continuous application deployment.
Wiki and Issue Management
Includes a collaborative environment for efficiently managing issues.
CMS Quick Starts
Setting up a new site shouldn’t be a hassle – we have made it a rinse and repeat process.
Branch or Tag Based Deployments
Code/Asset/Database deployments between development, staging, and production environments
Granular Permissions System
Designed for the entire team and compliant with FedRAMP, PCI and HIPAA compliance frameworks.
Pipeline (Deployment) Automation on Commit
See your code changes reflected in your hosting environment on each commit.
Local Development Tool
We recommend Lando for local development. Landofiles available upon request.
PaaS Features Configured to Your Infrastructure
Cascade has the capability to be configured to bespoke infrastructure. This is essential for teams that simply do not have the capacity, time, or skills to maintain their own DevOps toolkit. All the ease of use of a PaaS but configured to custom infrastructure, compliance, DevOps, and workflow requirements.
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Deployment Tool Update: Cascade 2.6 Released
Wow, what a quarter! As the product architect for Cascade over the past six years, I can easily say that this latest release is the one that I’m the most proud of. Cascade, our workflow automation and deployment tool, now incorporates new features and enhancements that make it faster and easier for DevOps teams to manage their applications.
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