Architect manages the deployment pipeline to include secure secret management, building, and deploying applications and their dependencies while ensuring connections to dependant services, all in a declarative way. Similar to Docker or Kubernetes, you tell Architect what your desired state for the application is and the build and deploy process ensures that secrets get injected, dependant services are also built and deployed and accessible, all while giving you access to deploy logs and the ability to easily roll back a deployment if something goes wrong.
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