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Environments-as-a-Service Platform ReleaseHub Adds Remote Development Environments, Datadog Integration, And More

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ReleaseHub, the provider of Environments-as-a-Service (EaaS), has announced enterprise class technologies for remote development environments, Datadog integration, and instant data management to improve developer confidence and increase release velocity. The company also announced the appointment of Matt Carter, former Docker Vice President of Marketing, as CMO.

EaaS signals a leap in release velocity and developer confidence. Similar to how containers let developers isolate software code, EaaS frees developers from fixed environments, letting them move quickly, at low cost, and without disrupting the workflow of their team.

Additionally, ReleaseHub announced a number of new features that extend EaaS platform value to application development teams. ReleaseHub is improving release velocity with new technology that lets developers build code locally while running it remotely within a customer’s cloud account. Remote development environments increase release velocity by letting developers use their full stack, while receiving immediate feedback from production or production-like data in their development environment.

ReleaseHub is introducing native support for Datadog, enabling developers to work from the leading cloud monitoring platform. Datadog observability gives developers ReleaseHub insights from their Datadog accounts as well as single sign-on, role-based access control, and secrets management within ReleaseHub. These enterprise class features help organizations manage their DevOps pipelines at scale.

ReleaseHub is accelerating the replication of application data with Instant Data Sets, which lets developers create a replica of application data in minutes. Developers can build and test against the actual data their app uses.

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