Shippable’s Docker-based system can convert an organization’s codebase into testable containers to make sure an application runs right.
Getting developers to try — and then buy — new tools can be tricky. Codeship is hoping a new full-access freemium model will help.
The San Francisco startup hopes to broaden availability of its continuous integration and delivery SaaS service.
Amazon Web Services? Check. Cloud Foundry? Check. Windows Azure? Check on that now, too. Cloudmunch has added another target platform for its integrated devops suite.
In its march to support all the relevant cloud platforms, Cloud Munch adds the Cloud Foundry platform-as-a-service to a list that includes AWS and OpenStack IaaS platforms.
For developers who don’t want to put together their own software development-testing-continuous integration-deployment toolsets, Cloudmunch has a service to consider.
So you want to build your software in CloudBees but want to run it elsewhere? With new integration, you can put that application on Cloud Foundry (as well as Google App Engine.)
San Francisco startup will use new seed funding from A list investors to add staff and features to its continuous integration service.