MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Codefresh has launched a creative way to get funds into the hands of non-profit organizations while tapping the talent of bloggers who write about CI/CD, Kubernetes, containers, or general DevOps topics. It’s all in an effort to support organizations that benefit the black community, LGBT, people impacted by COVID-19, health needs of women and girls, and other worthy initiatives.
Blog for Good gives writers an opportunity to share their DevOps knowledge on the Codefresh blog site in exchange for a $250 donation to one of six organizations. A second $250 can be kept by the writer or added to the donation.
Participants select a topic relevant to Codefresh, the leader in Kubernetes DevOps tools, and submit their content for consideration at https://codefresh.io/blog-for-good/#submit. Once selected, the author can choose which organization they’d like to support with $250 or $500, and Codefresh will send the check.
“We as engineers want to fix things,” said Dan Garfield, Chief Technology Evangelist for Codefresh. “2020 has been a hell of a year, and Blog for Good is a great chance for engineers to impact one of these organizations that do so much good.”
Codefresh’s CI/CD platform provides automation for building, testing and deploying modern applications using Kubernetes, serverless and more. Development teams often see 24x faster engineering cycles when using Codefresh.
Founded in 2014 by Raziel Tabib and Oleg Verhovsky, Codefresh is the first Kubernetes-native CI/CD platform. After launch in 2017, Codefresh has gained tens of thousands of users. Unlike legacy solutions, Codefresh pipelines are uniquely designed for cloud-native technologies like Kubernetes, Terraform, and Helm. Codefresh is headquartered in Mountain View, CA and backed by world-class investors: M12, Microsoft’s venture fund, Viola Ventures, Vertex Ventures, Hillsven, CEIIF, UpWest Labs and Streamlined Ventures. Learn more about Codefresh at https://codefresh.io/. Follow on LinkedIn and Twitter at @codefresh.