Could your startup use some cloud magic?

As a small startup, it’s frustrating to watch the big companies pushing code to production multiple times a day. In an ideal world we’d all be able to continuously deploy, but few startups have the time or skills required. That’s where we’d like to help.

We’re looking to collaborate with startups in building a best-in-class open source continuous deployment solution, ready to go instantly on any public or private cloud, or on bare metal. And we want to do so within a typical startup’s budget: for free.

We’re offering you the help of one of the best R&D teams in the world at no cost, as well as publicity in the form of case studies and more.

What do we ask from you in return? Only that you participate in interviews and give periodic feedback; that you test our iteratively built solution and start continuous deployment; and that you tell the world all about it.

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