What if your Rock changes could be provisioned, setup, tested, and deleted in minutes?

What if each developer could have a copy of the production Rock app and data running on their local machine?

What if we treat Rock instances like cattle, not pets?


Crossroads has been asking these questions as we migrate to Rock.  Our Digital Products team embraces DevOps process and tools.

Our Platform team (affectionately named Devy McOpsFace) has put in the work, and we now have a working Proof of Concept running Rock v13 (app and database) inside a Docker container.  Thanks to Sean Whelan [rocket chat @Sean.whelan] [linkedin] for some awesome dev work! 


Check out our repo, and let us know what you think!