Category Archives: Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Announcing Custom Worker Volumes

At Solano Labs, we like to get more done faster. Solano CI was designed from the beginning to run tests faster by running them in parallel on multiple workers, and many of the features we’ve rolled out over the years were implemented with the goal of getting customers’ build results back to them as quickly […]

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Managing AWS Credentials in the Cloud

Anyone who uses AWS and CI/CD long enough has invariably been told to store their AWS credentials in Environment Variables in order to use the AWS CLI to manage deployments or pull resources from S3. This is extremely unsafe for a variety of reasons. AWS has been recommending cloud-platform providers to utilize the AssumeRole API […]

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Introducing Solano Labs 30/30: 30% Faster Builds or 30% Lower Bill

Solano Labs is proud to announce our most ambitious campaign to date. Our 30/30 promotion offers you 30% faster builds or a 30% lower CI bill. No catch. It truly is that simple. Our technology is the most scalable in the industry and we are happy to issue an open invitation for anyone to try […]

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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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Secure Environment Variables UI

Background While it has been possible to set secure environment variables from the Solano CLI for some time (see docs here), there has been no way to do it from the app or to see what values are currently set. We have added a new page to Organization settings that will allow Org admins to manage […]

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Continuous Integration at BigCommerce

This guest post was written by Deepa Padmanabhan, Lead Quality Engineer at BigCommerce, a large e-commerce platform enabling hundreds of businesses and processing over $9 Billion in sales. This is their experience with using Solano CI, as well as Solano Services to custom-tailor solutions to address their specific needs, and continue scaling seamlessly to deliver […]

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Webinar Recap: Easy Continuous Deployment You Can Trust

Thank you to everyone who joined us for our webinar last week, produced in collaboration with Sauce Labs, titled “Easy Continuous Deployment You Can Trust”, featuring Solano Labs Founding Engineer, Brian Kendzior, and Sauce Labs Solutions Architect, Neil Manvar. In this presentation, Brian and Neil demonstrated a continuous deployment release process that used GitHub, Solano CI, […]

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Solano CI Integrates with Amazon EC2 Container Registry at Launch

Today, we are proud to announce our integration of Solano CI with Amazon EC2 Container Registry (ECR).  With Amazon ECR and Solano CI, you can now reliably build, test, and deploy your Docker workflow without operating your own container repositories or scaling your infrastructure.  Amazon ECR is a fully-managed, secure, and highly-available Docker container registry […]

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Solano CI integrates with AWS CodePipeline

Solano Labs is proud to announce our recent integration with AWS CodePipeline. AWS CodePipeline users can now quickly and easily set up a build and test workflow without manually provisioning an on-premises Jenkins cluster. CodePipeline provides users with a standardized and extensible build & deploy pipeline system. Being available as a pipeline step means that Solano CI […]

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Docker Container Testing…in Parallel

Like many in DevOps, I’ve sipped the Docker Kool-Aid and like how it tastes. Being able to standup any well-balanced combination of servers pretty much at will to handle load is a beautiful thing. I almost feel embarrassed that it was just a handful of years ago that I had to explain to a previous coworker “if we […]

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