Cloud infrastructure and engineering leader Pulumi announced today that it has been recognized in Gartner’s 2020 Cool Vendors in Agile and DevOps report. This recognition builds on recent momentum, including the recent Pulumi 2.0 release which broadened Pulumi’s modern infrastructure-as-code platform to encompass additional cloud engineering superpowers such as delivery, architecture, testing, and policy. Using Pulumi, developers, infrastructure and operations teams, and security engineers are able to collaborate to deliver public, private, and hybrid cloud solutions together.
According to the report, “cloud-native technologies, AI-enabled test automation and programmable infrastructure transform the way organizations develop and deploy applications.”
“Pulumi has seen incredible growth this past year — and we believe that being named a Cool Vendor in Agile and DevOps by Gartner is a strong validation of our contribution to the DevOps community,” said Joe Duffy, CEO, and co-founder of Pulumi. “Pulumi’s ‘superpowers’ are helping teams ship new features faster with confidence, and we’re excited to continue innovating and expanding the cloud infrastructure market.”
Pulumi’s unique approach to infrastructure-as-code allows users to treat infrastructure as discrete, reusable building blocks when managing cloud environments at scale. By delivering unparalleled productivity and total visibility into infrastructure delivery, Pulumi empowers users to incorporate policy, security, organizational compliance, cost optimization, and data protection in their cloud deployments.
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Gartner “Cool Vendors in Agile and DevOps,” Hassan Ennaciri, et al, 20 May 2020
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