Give your developer proper environments without the overhead of
Bunnyshell supports any cloud vendor, repository. We have an open
API so you can connect to your existing development pipeline.
so no more code or configuration drift
Code and configuration changes can cause drift.
Bunnyshell has built-in GitOps even if you are using multiple repos. All configuration files are stored in your repository. Our webhooks auto-detect not just a code change but also a configuration change such as a new service or table and can auto-update all environments including existing ones so that your team never experiences drift
Any cloud, repo, pipeline
with open API
Whether you use Github, GitLab, Bitbucket, private or public repo and whether you’re using a single cloud vendor or multiple ones - we got you covered.
Bunnyshell supports any cloud vendor and repository. We have an open API so you can connect to your existing development pipeline, doesn’t matter if it’s Jenkins, GitHub Actions, Azure DevOps, CircleCI Bamboo or none of the above.
Don’t have a pipeline? We can trigger ephemeral environments with every pull request, tear it down with every merge-close and expose all end-points as variables. Read more about our integrations.
Understand how CI/CD has revolutionized automated testing, the newest practices to i
70% Reduction in Cloud Cost
WITH EPHEMERAL ENVIRONMENTS AND
Decide, per environment, what days and times to keep it up, when to tear it down and
back again. Why keep always on environments, when your team isn’t working
Get better visibility and control to your cost of cloud.
Easy to setup and use
You can get running in less than 5 min
Getting started with Bunnyshell is easy and intuitive: you connect your repo, your
Kubernetes cluster and you’re done. We’ll read the docker compose or Helm chart, map the
application and you’re done.
You’re not on Kubernetes? We can still support you with other solutions. Reach out and schedule time to discuss your specific requirements.
Whether you have a simple static website or a complex (microservices with many cloud-native dependencies) application, you can quickly create a realistic replica of your production environment.