DeployHub Team SaaS for Tracking Your Supply Chain
The Short Path – DeployHub Team SaaS
First Step Sign up
Sign up to use DeployHub Team. You will be asked to complete the sign-up form with basic information, including the company name and project name. Hit “Signup” once you’re done.
DeployHub Team SaaS Signup:
Note: Company name is used as part of the domain-driven structure of DeployHub Team. The company name you entered will be created as your company Domain, referred to as your Global Domain. Also, your project name will be used under your company Domain. As soon as you signup, a new Hipster Store sample application will be provisioned under your project. You will also receive an email from DeployHub. That email will contain your unique user ID and client ID, along with other links and useful information.
Yes, the next logical step is to go and check your email for the signup info. From the email, you will need your client ID.
Accessing DeployHub Team SaaS Console
Conclusion and Next Steps
Congratulations, you are now ready to start using DeployHub Team. There are two ways to get started. First, explore DeployHub using the Hipster Store Tutorial. Second, complete a Proof of Concept that automates DeployHub Team via your CI/CD Pipeline. Once you understand the basic concepts of DeployHub Team, you will want to explore how the data collection can be automated via your DevOps Pipeline. Automation is critical to continuously track your supply chain, SBOMs, CVE, and other DevOps intelligence. DeployHub Team uses the Ortelius Command Line Interface to automate the data collection. We have provided a suggested POC starting point which includes the CLI integration.
Download the Proof of Concept Documentation and start tracking your supply chain continuously and make what is hard about a decoupled cloud-native architecture easy.
Further Reading on Microservices:
- Microservice Catalogs Explored Whitepaper
- Microservice Version Management
- A Microservice Service Catalog for Incident Response
- Know Your Microservice Blast Radius
- Microservice Applications
- Microservice Pipelines
- Microservice Ownership for Improving Incident Response
- Microservice Configuration Management