Honeycomb CEO on Sharing Customer Pain

Charity Majors is the CEO and co-founder of Honeycomb, a tool for software engineers to explore their code on production systems. Prior to co-founding Honeycomb, Majors worked as production engineering manager at Facebook, was the first infrastructure engineer on Parse also spent several years at Linden Lab as operations and database engineer working on the infrastructure that powers “Second Life“. In this interview, we spoke with Majors about the importance of putting developers on…

CI/CD Pipeline: A Gentle Introduction

Do you want your engineering team to deliver bug-free code at high velocity? A fast and reliable CI/CD pipeline is crucial for doing that sustainably over time. What is a CI/CD pipeline? A CI/CD pipeline helps you automate steps in your software delivery process, such as initiating code builds, running automated tests, and deploying to a staging or production environment. Automated pipelines remove manual errors, provide standardized development feedback loops…

CI/CD for Microservices on DigitalOcean Kubernetes

Semaphore gives you the power to easily create CI/CD pipelines that build, run and deploy Docker containers. DigitalOcean recently introduced a managed Kubernetes service which simplifies running cloud-native applications. Together, they’re a great match for productive software development. In this article we’ll show you how to connect these two services together in a fast continuous delivery pipeline. What we’re building We’ll use a Ruby Sinatra microservice which exposes a few…

How to Fix What Plagues Cloud Native

Red Hat developer advocate Michael Hausenblas is on the road 70 percent of his time — yet he managed to carve out some time to speak to us about what ills cloud native and what to do about it. Hint: aligning the Dev with the Ops inside organizations can go a long way in solving many deployment issues. You’re a developer advocate at Red Hat and a Cloud Native ambassador. You’ve…

A Reality Check About Cloud Native DevOps

John Arundel is a consultant and author of Cloud Native DevOps with Kubernetes. We spoke with John on how adopting DevOps destroys walls, builds bridges, and influences company cultures for the better.

Travis CI Alternative for Private Projects

Travis CI is one of the most popular hosted Continuous Integration solutions. Most notably, it has made a huge contribution to the developer community by serving the biggest share of open source projects. However in 2019 most new software projects are looking for a solution that can drive the entire Continuous Delivery lifecycle. There’s also little evidence in the developer tools space of companies making customer-centric innovations after being acquired…

Kubernetes Pioneer Tim Hockin on What’s Real and What’s Not

Tim Hockin, one of the originators of Kubernetes, is an artist turned engineer. We spoke with Hockin about the state of Kubernetes in 2018, the past and the future of the project and the buzz around it. You describe yourself as “a systems software engineer [who writes] software most people don’t see” on your homepage. That’s hard to believe when looking at Kubernetes success and the exposure it gets. What…

Why Cloud Native Success Depends on High-Velocity CI/CD

Article originally published on The New Stack. The goal of every tech leader is to deliver bug-free products to customers at high velocity. Today’s cloud-native technology can empower engineering teams to iterate, at scale, faster than ever. But teams that don’t also change how they deliver software will struggle to benefit from the agility and speed to deployment that cloud native can offer.

Semaphore Uncut: CI/CD Slack Notifications

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.

Maker to Manager: Interview with Director of Engineering at Dribbble

In the Developer Interview series, we talk to engineers who use Semaphore and pick their brains about how they work, what wisdom they would like to pass on, and the most challenging problems they’ve faced during developing. This month, we had a chat with Jeffrey Chupp, the Director of Engineering at Dribbble.

Semaphore Uncut: Semaphore Classic vs. 2.0

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.

Semaphore 2.0 launched with customizable CI/CD pipelines, autoscaling and more

We are very excited to share the good news with you: Semaphore 2.0 is finally out!

Semaphore Uncut: Exploring Semaphore Agents

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: Faster CI/CD Pipelines with Dependency Caching

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.

Semaphore Uncut: On-demand Debug Sessions

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.

1 2 3 4 5 30