Cycle

Reno, NV, USA
2015
  |  By Alexander Mattoni
At Cycle, we understand the paramount importance of security and the challenges that come with maintaining it. That's why we're proud to share how our proactive approach has not only addressed the recent “Leaky Vessels” container exploit, but has done so in a manner entirely transparent to our customers, and in under 4 hours of the vulnerability being made public.
  |  By January 24th, 2024 - The Cycle Team
We're thrilled to announce the launch of our latest feature: Deployments! This game-changing addition is set to redefine how our users deploy and manage their applications, ensuring zero downtime and enhancing productivity.
  |  By Chris Aubuchon
A new year has started and some of the major IaaS providers are making major changes early on. AWS and GCP have both announced major changes that might be a signal for what's to come this year.
  |  By Chris Aubuchon
With such an eventful year of releases and development, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on all thats been accomplished this trip around the sun. Before we do that, a quick message to the users who've made this year so special. Thank you so much for joining us on this amazing journey. It is your trust and unwavering support which has helped us grow this vision into a reality.
  |  By Jake Warner
Over the last few months, you may have noticed that many of our changelog releases mentioned the release of, and improvements to, Cycle’s native load balancer. While this load balancer still officially remains in beta status, we wanted to begin diving into the details around it a bit more thoroughly: What is it? Why did we build it? How can you use it?
  |  By Chris Aubuchon
In part 1 of this 2 part blog we looked at some common engineering tradeoffs. But how might someone navigate these tradeoffs and build a model that works for their product? Here are some core concepts that can help along the way.
  |  By Chris Aubuchon
Tradeoff: a balance achieved between two desirable but incompatible features; a compromise. Schooling often promotes the idea that there is a right and wrong answer to questions… It does little to prepare us for how many times that there are multiple right answers and no definitive best path forward. In a time where we have unlimited information at our fingertips, you can throw a stone and hit a thousand people with an opinion.
  |  By Chris Aubuchon
Containers are nearly ubiquitous in software these days. Outside of abstractions like fully managed services (RDS, Dynamo, Cloud SQL), everything engineering teams are responsible for, mostly, land in containers. For many, deciding what platform to run those containers on is a burning question. Choosing the wrong container management solution can be a real headache.
  |  By Chris Aubuchon
The software engineering world has become a place where compute, storage, and availability have become the cornerstones of scale. As an industry and as individuals, we should stop to take a closer look at scaling the most important of all resources… our people. In this post I’ve modeled a team with 6 engineers, 2 Sr, 3 Mid, and 1 Jr. This team is getting 450 “units” of work done ( where a unit is just some measure of throughput ) per interval (2 months).
  |  By Konner Bemis
I'm Konner, a Strategic Sales Executive here at Cycle.io. With a background rooted in DevOps and CI/CD, I've dedicated over three years to engaging with developers and the DevOps community, consistently learning and gaining insights from each conversation.
  |  By Cycle
It's no secret that Kubernetes is complex, but did you know more people than ever are looking for an opinionated alternative to Kubernetes? Alexander Mattoni, Co-Founder and Head of Engineering at Cycle.io, dives into some of the reasons driving this shift, and why you may want to consider an alternative for your container orchestrator.
  |  By Cycle
In this video, Jake Warner (CEO / Founder) does a quick dive into one of our latest features: Rainbow Deployments. These deployments enable teams to maintain multiple independent versions of their applications within one single environment. Additionally, deployments make it easy to take new versions of your applications live with zero downtime. Cycle is a container orchestration and infrastructure management platform built to provide a true alternative to Kubernetes.
  |  By Cycle
This video walks through deploying a simple, single instance database to Cycle (mongo, mysql).
  |  By Cycle
Join us for this informative walk-through using the shared filesystem options on Cycle platform.
  |  By Cycle
Take a deeper dive into the details of image sources, environments, containers, and networking on Cycle.
  |  By Cycle
Here at Cycle.io, we've been hard at work building a native load balancer into the platform! This video is a high-level introduction to the load balancer and some of the early features that are supported.
  |  By Cycle
This video dives into setting up a peering connection between an existing VPC and a VPC created by Cycle.
  |  By Cycle
Join our own Head of Customer Success as he takes a blank hub from create all the way through setting up a website, automatically redeployed through github actions.
  |  By Cycle
A quick look at high(er) availability deployments into a multi-cloud cluster on Cycle.

The developer friendly container platform. Choose your infrastructure provider, import your containers, and let Cycle handle the rest.

Containers have changed the way developers build, deploy, and scale software. Unfortunately, the adoption of containers has also lead to an ever-growing stack of technical debt and responsibilities for teams to manage.

Interested in utilizing containers, on your own infrastructure, without having to deal with the OS, networks, or a container orchestration layer? Welcome to Cycle.

Container Orchestration Meets SaaS:

  • Always Up-to-Date: Stop dealing with OS patches and orchestration layer updates; Cycle automatically delivers platform updates to all servers.
  • Automate Everything: Deployment pipelines, automatic TLS / SSL certificates, and more. Cycle is there when you need it -- and out of the way when you don’t.
  • Bring Your Own Infrastructure: Effortlessly deploy infrastructure from any of our supported providers. Own your data and your applications while we handle the rest.
  • Develop Faster: Cycle was built for both experienced developers and new users alike. Manage containers, servers, DNS, and more, all on one platform to save time and resources.
  • Built for Teams: From quickly onboarding new members to easily managing user access, Cycle’s portal has everything needed for a team to grow.
  • Secure by Default: All services and configurations are secure from the start, reducing the likelihood of mistakes that could lead to a security exploit.

The Developer-Friendly Container Platform.