Category Archives: Miscellaneous

Announcing Solano CI and Google Auth Integration

We’re happy to announce our integration with Google Auth. New users can now immediately sign-up using their Google credentials, and existing users can link their Solano CI and Google accounts to allow for quicker logins.   Existing users can visit this link to manage their Google Authentication settings. Please contact us with your feedback!

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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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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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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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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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Green Is My Favorite Color

As a relative newbie to Solano Labs specifically and parallelized testing in general, I’d like to share the solutions to common on-boarding issues when moving jobs to Solano CI and getting green test passes: Where did my dependency go? My train of thought debugging a job recently: I can see the file being required by […]

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A New Year Post from the Solano CI Team

Dear Customers, Partners and Friends, Happy New Year! This past year at Solano Labs has been an exciting time for our team and customers. We released Solano Private CI into general availability, dialed up our support for more languages and revision control systems, welcomed new team members and even announced new partnerships to help broaden […]

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OpenSSL Heartbeat Vulnerability (aka: Heartbleed)

As most of our users are by now no doubt aware, on April 7th a serious vulnerability was announced in recent versions of OpenSSL.  Dubbed Heartbleed, CVE-2014-0160  allows a remote attacker to read potentially sensitive data on the server. This vulnerability has had a widespread impact on many providers.  We take security and the trust […]

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