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.

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CodePipeline provides users with a standardized and extensible build & deploy pipeline system. Being available as a pipeline step means that Solano CI can be used as a gatekeeper in your fully-automated deploy system. CodePipeline makes it simple to string together multiple build steps into a full-featured and standardized execution pipeline. For example: users can trigger a pipeline execution by uploading their source code to a private AWS S3 bucket, run a Solano CI build on that source to validate that unit and integration tests are passing, deploy the application to production using CodeDeploy, and finish things up with a load test using BlazeMeter.

Here’s a quick video run-through of how easily you can get set up using AWS CodePipeline with Solano CI.

Give it a try, and please reach out if you have questions!

Documentation and Step-by-Step instructions on getting set up with Solano CI andAWS CodePipeline

Find out more about AWS CodePipeline

Solano Labs Press Release

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