New in ElectricFlow 7.3: Self-Service Catalog, Release and Deploy Dashboards, Deployment Package, and More Goodies!

Today, we are excited to announce the release of ElectricFlow 7.3! This new version simplifies the promotion and usage of approved automation across teams, provides a new programmatic way for Developers to onboard applications, and also enables increased visibility into deployments and releases across any DevOps toolchain. To help Development and...

How To: Blue/Green Deployments with ElectricFlow

ElectricFlow was designed to enable teams to streamline and to simplify their DevOps processes – from the most mundane automation workflows to the most complex and large-scale scenarios. As part of that, we’ve set to revolutionize one of the most nail-biting parts of software releases: deployments. Aiming to make this process as...

How To: Rolling Deployments with ElectricFlow

ElectricFlow was designed to enable teams to streamline and to simplify their DevOps processes - from the most mundane automation workflows to the most complex and large-scale scenarios. As part of that, we've set to revolutionize one of the most nail-biting parts of software releases: deployments. Aiming to make this process as boring,...

ElectricFlow is Now Available on Microsoft Azure

The ElectricFlow Community Edition is a free, full feature version of ElectricFlow. The Community Edition provides teams with an easy way to quickly spin up an ElectricFlow server and become productive in no time - on their path to transforming their software releases and streamlining their DevOps efforts. We are continuing...

New! ElectricFlow Container Management Plugins: Deploy to Amazon ECS or Google Container Engine (GKE) with a Click of a Button

As containers and microservices are becoming more mainstream, enterprises are looking into ways of adopting these new technologies - for both new applications, as well as for certain (decomposed) components of their legacy services. A key challenge for these organizations is coordinating and incorporating containers and microservices-based application - with their dedicated...

Managing Microservices at Scale

These are interesting times to be in the business of software innovation! It’s exhilarating to see the great things happening now in our space with the continued merging of Dev and Ops, legacy application and new technologies, tried-and-true practices and this new world of Continuous-everything. I work with many large...

Avantika Mathur

Avantika Mathur

Avantika (Avan) Mathur is the product manager for ElectricFlow. She helps large enterprises across #Finserv, Retail, Embedded accelerate their #DevOps adoption, design complex automation solutions & optimize delivery pipelines. Avan holds a degree in Computer science. Previously, she was the Global Technical Account Manager for large customers at Electric Cloud. Prior to working at Electric Cloud, Avan worked as a software engineer at IBM for five years doing Linux kernel development.
Avantika Mathur

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