Build. Deploy. Release.

Waypoint provides a modern workflow to build, deploy, and release across platforms.

Waypoint uses a single configuration file and common workflow to manage and observe deployments across platforms such as Kubernetes, Nomad, EC2, Google Cloud Run, and more.

  • Build
  • Deploy
  • Release
  • Build

    Waypoint builds applications for any language or framework. You can use Buildpacks for automatically building common frameworks or custom Dockerfiles or other build tools for more fine-grained control.

    The build step is where your application and assets are compiled, validated, and an artifact is created.

    This artifact can be published to a remote registry or simply passed to the deploy step.

    • Angular
    • React
    • Ruby
    • Python
    • Go
    • Node.js
    • Next.js
    • .NET
    • and More
  • Deploy

    Waypoint deploys artifacts created by the build step to a variety of platforms, from Kubernetes to EC2 to static site hosts.

    It configures your target platform and prepares the new application version to be publicly accessible. Deployments are accessible via a preview URL prior to release.

    • Kubernetes
    • Nomad
    • Netlify
    • Amazon ECS
    • Azure Container Service
    • Docker
    • Google Cloud Run
    • and More
  • Release

    Waypoint releases your staged deployments and makes them accessible to the public. This works by updating load balancers, configuring DNS, etc. The exact behavior depends on your target platform.

    The release step is pluggable, enabling you to drop in custom release logic such as blue/green, service mesh usage, and more.

    • Amazon Web Services
    • Microsoft Azure
    • Google Cloud Platform
    • Terraform
    • CircleCI
    • Slack
    • Github
    • Gitlab
    • and More
$ waypoint up

Features

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  • Application Logs

    View log output for running applications and deployments

    $ waypoint logs
    [11] Puma starting in cluster mode...
    [11] * Version 5.0.2 (ruby 2.7.1-p83), codename: Spoony Bard
    [11] * Min threads: 5, max threads: 5
    [11] * Environment: production
    [11] * Process workers: 2
    [11] * Preloading application
    [11] * Listening on tcp://0.0.0.0:3000
    I, [2020-09-23T19:38:59.250971 #17] INFO -- : [936a952c-76b1-41f0-a4fe-ae2b77afc398] Started GET "/" for 10.36.5.1 at 2020-09-23 19:38:59 +0000
  • View log output for running applications and deployments

    Learn more
$ waypoint logs
[11] Puma starting in cluster mode...
[11] * Version 5.0.2 (ruby 2.7.1-p83), codename: Spoony Bard
[11] * Min threads: 5, max threads: 5
[11] * Environment: production
[11] * Process workers: 2
[11] * Preloading application
[11] * Listening on tcp://0.0.0.0:3000
I, [2020-09-23T19:38:59.250971 #17] INFO -- : [936a952c-76b1-41f0-a4fe-ae2b77afc398] Started GET "/" for 10.36.5.1 at 2020-09-23 19:38:59 +0000

Why Waypoint

  • Consistency of workflows

    Consistent workflow for build, deploy, and release across platforms

  • Confidence in deployments

    Validate deployments across environments with common tooling

  • Extensibility with the ecosystem

    Extend workflows via built-in plugins and an extensible interface

Your application code

  • Ruby
  • React
  • Node JS
  • Go
  • Python
  • Angular
  • NextJS
  • and More

Your deployment platform

  • Azure Container Service
  • Amazon ECS
  • Netlify
  • Nomad
  • Kubernetes
  • Google Cloud Run
  • Docker
  • and More

Ready to get started?