Links documentation is an open-source deployment platform that helps software teams manage releases & deployments easily and efficiently. While non-specialists are enabled to manage these processes in a simplified, self-service manner, specialists can deploy and manage containerized apps faster through the platform. Find out what you can do with!
You can find's repository on GitHub. as a platform turns your deployments as simple as you want them to be. If you need a CD tool to push your images coming from your CI workflows, you can do that with In other cases, if you require someone to administer and validate deployments and trigger them in a self-service manner, can help you with that, too.
Our product is a platform for:
  • DevOps & System Engineers, who can build and manage robust cloud infrastructure,
  • Engineers, who can focus more on developing the product because self-service deployments are faster,
  • Stakeholders, who can deliver new functions and products with a higher velocity,
  • CTOs & Technical Managers, who can reduce time-to-market, manage cloud costs more efficiently and maintain team productivity. delivery boat
This documentation is in the works along with our product’s development. In case you’ve got feedback regarding the docs, please reach out to us at [email protected]. Contributions are always welcome.
If you want to cut to the chase, go to Tutorials to see how you can execute deployments with

Benefits of Developer Platforms

Internal Developer Platforms, or IDPs were created to simplify the use of tools only specialists were able to manage. These abstractions brought a new interface of collaboration, a single source-of-truth between teams working on the same project. This made IDPs the ultimate tools of teams working under DevOps methodology, and is no different from that.
They not only accelerate the software development lifecycle and certain areas of it, including local testing, IDPs are useful to avoid vendor lock-in.

Get more things done with one tool

Platforms bring tools under the same hood. Teams using platforms no longer need to keep checking different tabs and terminals. Platforms make it convenient to access configuration management and monitoring tools. Role-based access control (RBAC) make sure your teammates have access to functions essential to them.

Increased inter-team collaboration

App integrations enable platforms to send notifications of others' interactions and events occuring on your infrastructure to your team's communication channels. Teams and their members no longer need to reach out to each other, only in cases when it's really needed.
De-facto version management solutions like Git can be used at higher efficiency. Meaningful commit messages can be turned into automated changelogs with integrated tools like Conventional Commits.

Self-service simplified

Abstractions save time for both non-specialists and specialists. For your specialist teammates, less cognitive effort will be required to get things done fast. When the specialists are busy, non-specialists have self-service access to tools & technologies.
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