Here’s what we’ve shipped this month.
The Plural CLI will now automagically create and configure a Git repository for you if you try to set up a Plural workspace outside of an existing Git repo.
In addition to OAuth with GitHub, we’ve added support for creating Plural workspaces with GitLab. Bitbucket support is on its way soon.
You can now run Plural in your web browser using our Cloud Shell found here. The Cloud Shell contains all the dependencies to run the CLI and can be synced with your machine to preserve the state locally.
Additionally, you can now spin up demo Kubernetes clusters paid for by Plural to try us out if you're running a Cloud Shell instance!
You can now run:
with the CLI to make sure that your cloud provider is configured correctly to be used with Plural. This is currently supported for GCP.
We have a shiny new website design with an awesome Marketplace view for checking out all of the applications you can use on Plural. Check it out here.
We kicked off the Plural case study program with two articles on Plural users:
We published one standalone article this month:
We published one tutorial video this month:
New Team Members
- Brandon Gubitosa - Sr. Content Marketing Manager
- Abhi Vaidyanatha - Head of Community
- Chris Klink - Software Engineer
If you love what we’re doing and want to join our team, head over to our careers page! If you don’t see your role there, we'll make it work - head over to our community Discord to start the conversation!