Teams and individuals of all sizes and levels of expertise come to freely exchange about their use cases or general best practices.
Whether you’re interested in platform engineering best practices or how to get the best out of Rely, you’ll be able to provide input to your peers or benefit from their insights.
As the Rely team has opted to build it in public, your feedback and suggestions are essential to building the platform that you will love using. Share your ideas and view their progress, contribute to exciting design workshops and more.
Bringing clarity to service functionality and giving this ownership, is a game-changer. Kudos on empowering teams to navigate the complex world of microservices effortlessly! 👏
This looks very interesting, I would love to try this with my junior engineers, I think it could be a better way to get them conversant with some of our DevOps processes. Good job so far!
This looks amazing! As a non-technical product manager, I'm very excited with the idea of having the possibility to interact with this product.
Your platform offering is unique! 🚀 Congratulations on the release of Rely.io and on the opportunity we have to train an AI assistant on live software catalogs
Rely.io is live on Product Hunt! 🚀José Velez and the whole team: I am super proud of you and love the product you made! Question to my audience: Are you struggling to answer complex DevOps questions about your software ecosystem? The times are over
We had long delayed building a developer portal with our team (we never felt we were big enough to justify the engineering effort). With Rely.io, I think we could get our software catalog fully mapped with all our assets (services, cloud resources, repos, deployments, etc) in minutes just by adding the AWS and Github integrations.
A very interesting product launched today on Product Hunt. Rely.io is now live on Product Hunt! With Rely.io's internal developer portal, companies can train their own custom AI assistant on their live engineering knowledge base to answer complex questions about their software ecosystem. This actually solves real world problems when dealing with engineering scale and large complex systems.
Now and then, some company comes up with a crazy simple solution for an insanely complex problem. Rely is one of them. Big things can only come from strong founders in a huge market.
I've been following Rely.io's journey from SRE as SaaS idea days to an IDP with amazing features. In it's early days, liked the ability to capture business relevant metrics by provision of easily defining custom user journeys to now seeing it catering the broader scope of unifying engineering stack 🙌