Today we're happy to announce general availability of the Docker Light platform. Based on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, the environment provides one physical CPU (2 vCPUs), 4GB of RAM and 10GB of disk space.
At Semaphore, for years we've been happy to support open source projects with a free continuous integration service. Today we're increasing the free CI/CD capacity on all open source organizations from 2 to 4 Boxes.
Manually adding shared environment variables and configuration files between projects can be time consuming and error prone, especially for organizations with many projects. Secrets are a way of storing and grouping that sensitive data. Semaphore now allows you to create and manage secrets through the UI.
Being able to control your CI pipeline programmaticaly, tweak and bend it to your will, is a huge benefit for both small and large organizations. This is why we have deprecated our old API v1 and introduced a new API v2, and this is why we are now introducing a command line utility.
The Semaphore Command Line Interface (CLI), is a tool for creating and managing Semaphore projects from the command line.
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.
Semaphore is all about smoothening the gap between pushing changes to version control and seeing those changes in production. Sometimes, that gap can be widened by the time developers are waiting for builds and deploys to start. We built Speed Insights for organizations to address this.
In large teams and multi-project organizations, setting up and managing teams and projects can be a tedious and time-consuming...Read more...
We're happy to announce the release of Semaphore API v2.
The new API brings greater clarity, improves usability, and fixes the key issues in API v1. This new version is a complete rewrite of our API, both in terms of functionality, and the underlying design principles.
We’re happy to announce that Semaphore’s continuous integration and continuous delivery service is now part of the GitHub Marketplace. GitHub is a key platform for millions of development teams, and it gathers one of the largest communities of developers. We’re proud to be one of the partners featured on their Marketplace.
The Marketplace allows you to sign up for the best-in-class developer tools directly through GitHub.This means that you won’t need to set up and use multiple accounts across your development workflow.
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.
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