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What is Relay?

It is an event-driven DevOps platform. It listens to events from 3rd party services like AWS, Datadog, PagerDuty, Jira and more to trigger simpler, smarter workflows that automate tedious tasks. A lot of existing solutions either require a lot of upfront DIY work (AWS Lambda or running your own script) or they weren’t built for DevOps teams (Zapier, IFTTT).
Relay is a tool in the DevOps Automation category of a tech stack.

Who uses Relay?

29 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Relay.

Relay Integrations

GitHub, Kubernetes, Amazon EC2, Google Cloud Platform, and Terraform are some of the popular tools that integrate with Relay. Here's a list of all 12 tools that integrate with Relay.

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Relay's Features

  • Event-driven workflows
  • A single audit trail
  • Workflows as code
  • Visual Studio Code support

Relay Alternatives & Comparisons

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Relay's Followers
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