Category Archives: Docker

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 CI integrates with Google Container Registry

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

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Queues are on the Move

Update July 22nd 2016 – Queue Routing has been moved to the UI, routing using solano.yml is no longer supported Background A little over a year ago we released a feature called Custom Queues which exposed some of our internal routing logic to better select the compute resource that your build runs on. If you wish to use Docker containers you can […]

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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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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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Merge and Done: Safe and Speedy Docker Deploy on Amazon ECS

Docker promises easy container management. Amazon EC2 Container Service (ECS) promises quick deployments. Solano CI takes advantage of both to provide safe automatic deployments whenever you merge a pull request. One action and your cloud is running your latest code. When a Solano Labs engineer brought up the idea of updating a docker example repository to demonstrate […]

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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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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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