Trainline creates open source platform to help developers deploy apps and environments in AWS

Sooraj Shah
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Trainline creates open source platform to help developers deploy apps and environments in AWS

Mark Holt said that previous tools were heavily 'opinionated' - driving the firm to particular solutions

The Trainline, the independent rail ticket retailer, has created an open sourced standardised way for its developers to deploy and manage individual applications and environments in Amazon Web Services'...

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