Author Archives: Nick Travaglini

Solano Platform Status Update- November 2016

First and foremost, we want to apologize for delays that some customers have recently experienced with Solano CI. We are in the process of addressing a chain of related issues that emerged over the last week. We’d like to explain what these issues are and how we’ve been addressing them. The first issue emerged on […]

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Welcome to Solano- Test execution

Welcome to `Welcome to Solano!` In this blog series, we’ll examine a few key concepts and features of Solano Labs’ flagship product, Solano CI. The goal of this series is to help orient them while learning to use the system, while refreshing current users too; we hope you find them handy. Please let us know […]

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Release Highlights – Sept. 2, 2015

Welcome back to our Release Highlights series! This edition primarily sees developments on existing features and the platform. Just a reminder: this series is about keeping you informed, so if there are particular areas of the system or features you’d like to know more about (either in a separate blog post, or through more regular […]

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Release Highlights – Aug. 19, 2015

Welcome to the first edition of Solano’s Release Highlights series. Recently we’ve been up to our elbows working on new features and in the process, we’ve fallen behind on announcements.  To keep our users better informed, we’ll be posting regular updates here. Each post we’ll call out new updates that we believe will be of […]

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Solano CI Supports Docker Builds

Solano Labs is pleased to announce beta support for Docker builds within Solano CI! This is a feature that we’ve discussed with many customers and prospective customers as they’ve explored using Docker in their development processes. We’ve been internally using Docker-based containers for isolating workers for over a year now. Since then we’ve made significant strides […]

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Introducing the Solano CI Video Tutorial Series

Here at Solano Labs, we take customer feedback very seriously. One of the most common pieces of feedback we get is that Solano CI is difficult to understand and navigate. The system is expansive and powerful, and it can be difficult to understand how to harness that properly. With that in mind, we have decided […]

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