Building and shipping new features is hard work, and having something that blocks you during that process can be agonizing. Having a healthy workflow that doesn’t limit you is crucial when progressing your code from development to production.
We’re happy to announce a new feature for a better control of your build queue — queued and started build cancellation strategy that ignores your default branch.
Adding new code to Rails controllers can bring a couple of problems with it. Sometimes controller actions get really big, and they tend to do a lot of things. Another […]
Docker’s increasing popularity and the move toward microservices grew the need for container registries such as the Amazon EC2 Container Registry (ECR). Cloud-based container registries provide an easy way to […]
This week, we are more than thrilled to announce that Semaphore now officialy supports Docker. The service update, immediately available to all Semaphore users, brings full technical capabilities of using […]
AWS Lambda is a service from the Amazon Web Services family which runs your code based on various events. When you create a Lambda function and deploy your code to […]
AWS Lambda is an AWS service that runs your code in response to events or HTTP requests. Lambda works through functions, which are basically microservices written in Java, Python or […]
Introduction With AWS Elastic Beanstalk, you can quickly deploy and manage applications in the AWS cloud without having to worry about the infrastructure that supports those applications. AWS Elastic Beanstalk […]
Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) is a part of AWS that provides an API and a simple web interface to store and retrieve any type of data from anywhere on […]