• Did my change break prod?

  • Track your code from commit to deployment

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Developer panic!
Developer panic!

Something broke in production

But is it a change in the code or a change in the environment? Was something changed manually in prod? Which commit is in which runtime environment?

Developer questioning his life choices
Developer questioning his life choices

I can't see what's changed

The data I need could be buried in a build log, a deployment tool, or a git commit. It would be much easier if I could just see the full history from the commit to the deployment.

The world is falling apart
The world is falling apart

What if we don’t fix this?

Our change rates are going up. If we don't find a better way of understanding how things are changing, the hours we spend on fixes will turn into days.

Use our CLI to discover

  • Did my change break prod?
  • Is my code running in this environment?
  • What’s the difference between staging and prod?
  • When did my code go to prod?
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About Kosli

We created Kosli to automate compliance for regulated DevOps teams. It’s like a flight data recorder that allows anyone to track, prove, and query exactly how their systems are changing.

But this turned out to be useful in all kinds of ways we didn’t expect. Having a record of how things change is powerful for everyone, especially when you can query it in real time from the command line. How will you use it?

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