Category Archives: Git

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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SCM Caching

Background Part of the motivation for our recent change to queues (read more here) was to allow us to change to the way we handle SCM caching. We were using a git- and hg-native SCM cache cluster that was approaching a scaling limit. To address this, we’re moving to a much more scalable, distributed repo caching […]

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Bitbucket API and Webhook Refresh

We would like to congratulate our friends at Bitbucket for releasing their latest update of APIs and webhooks to improve the way they address the latest continuous integration and deployment needs.  We’re happy to have worked with them in improve the user experience of both Bitbucket and Solano CI customers.  Here’s a summary of their […]

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When Do You Commit?

Git repositories hold a wealth of interesting metadata in addition to the code itself.  The number, frequency, authorship, longevity, etc. of commits  reveals a great deal about software and its development.  Depending on the content of commits and commit messages you may be able to infer the life cycle of software defects: when are bugs […]

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