Today, we’re very excited to introduce Semaphore for iOS, a supercharged CI/CD service which makes it easy to build, test and deploy applications for any Apple device. iOS support is fully integrated into Semaphore 2.0, so you can use the same powerful CI/CD pipeline features for iOS as you do for Linux-based development: Sign up with GitHub Besides the well-earned recognition for speed, Semaphore provides everything iOS developers need in…
We are happy to announce a new way of job processing in Semaphore 2.0! Combining Quantum computing theorems and best practices of creating CI/CD pipelines we introduce Qujobs – a groundbreaking way of job processing inside our platform. No longer will you have to worry about the tedious binary outcome of the jobs inside the blocks of your CI pipeline. With Qujobs the traditional laws of physics no longer apply…
Semaphore Uncut is our weekly live show where we talk about continuous integration, continuous delivery and Semaphore 2.0, our new product with customizable CI/CD pipelines. In our latest episode of Semaphore Uncut, we showed you how to set up Slack notifications in Semaphore 2.0. Read on to learn more and watch the video.
Last week, we officially launched Semaphore 2.0, our new continuous integration and delivery product with customizable CI/CD pipelines, autoscaling, and more. Since many of you asked us about the differences between Semaphore Classic and 2.0 and which one better fits your needs, our latest episode of Semaphore Uncut focuses on what you should know about Classic vs. 2.0. Read on to learn more and watch the video.
We are very excited to share the good news with you: Semaphore 2.0 is finally out!
Every Wednesday, we have a live show in which we talk about continuous integration, continuous delivery and Semaphore 2.0. This week, we talked about Semaphore agents and which languages, databases and tools are available in the Semaphore 2.0 CI/CD environment. Read on to learn more and watch the video.
Semaphore Uncut is our weekly show where we talk about continuous integration, continuous delivery and Semaphore 2.0. This time around, we talked about how to use dependency caching to speed up CI/CD pipelines. Read on to learn more and watch the latest episode.
We’re now on the fifth episode of Semaphore Uncut, our weekly show where we talk about continuous integration, continuous delivery and Semaphore 2.0. This time around, you’ll see how to quickly jump into a finished CI job that failed and debug it.
In the previous episode of Semaphore Uncut, we showed you how to customize CI/CD dashboards in Semaphore 2.0. This time around, you’ll see how to debug your running CI jobs.
In last week’s episode of Semaphore Uncut, our co-founder Darko showed you how to auto-promote continuous delivery pipelines in Semaphore 2.0. This week, you’ll see how to set up, use and customize CI/CD dashboards in Semaphore 2.0.
Last week, we shared the first episode Semaphore Uncut, in which our co-founder Darko Fabijan showed you around Semaphore 2.0. In this week’s episode, you’ll learn how to automatically promote continuous delivery pipelines in Semaphore 2.0.
We’re excited to let you know that this week we started making Semaphore Uncut, a weekly live video stream in which we will talk about Semaphore 2.0, our new continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) product, as well as other topics relevant to Semaphore users with everyone interested to join us live.
Semaphore 2.0 closed beta is now available. Make sure to get on the list for an early invite.
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.
In the upcoming series of posts, we’ll explore some common antipatterns in writing tests for Rails applications. The presented opinions come from our experience in building web applications with Rails (we’ve been doing it since 2007) and is biased towards using RSpec and Cucumber. Developers working with other technologies will probably benefit from reading as well.
From Tuesday, December 12 until Sunday, December 17, the Semaphore build cluster suffered from sporadic network instabilities due to a faulty device at a Tier 1 network provider.
Semaphore is one of the very few (if not the only) CI services running jobs on dedicated hardware. The choice to have machines in data centers proved to be very beneficial, as this is what gives our users the best performance in class. We’re happy to announce that the cluster running the standard platform has been upgraded with new, faster hardware.