8 March 2017

Buddy v1.4.39 Released

Buddy v1.4.39 Released

New features

  • Something BIG is coming. Stay tuned.

Improvements

  • Better support of submodules in the Code tab
  • If you have two or more integrations of one type (eg. AWS) the list of integrated items in the action settings (eg. S3 buckets in Deployment to S3) will now display the ID’s of their parent integration
  • Every AWS action now displays the list of policies it requires. You can find the full list here

Bug fixes

  • Fixed bug with uploading files from the filesystem to a relative path on SFTP server
2 March 2017

Feature spotlight: Building Docker images

Feature spotlight: Building Docker images
With Buddy you can build your own Docker images with source code from GitHub, Bitbucket and GitLab (or Buddy) repositories. In this release we've added context path support for Docker image builds—a good opportunity to present how to automate the delivery workflow for dockerized applications.
1 March 2017

Buddy GO: the Docker-based CI server with deployment tools

Buddy GO: the Docker-based CI server with deployment tools
Buddy GO is a Docker-based CI server with Git hosting that you can install and use behind your own firewall. It sports the same features as the cloud instance of Buddy but is hosted and managed entirely on the premises. This is important for companies whose privacy policy requires to keep the code in-house, or for developers in remote areas with lagging internet connection.
28 February 2017

Buddy v1.4.38 Released

Buddy v1.4.38 Released

New features

  • New action: Build Docker image with context paths

Improvements

  • Better support of errors for Rackspace deployments and Maven/Gradle builds
  • AWS Lambda now supports all AWS regions
  • Added commiter name and commiter email to Buddy parameters (useful eg. when sending notification of new version to Slack)
22 February 2017

New action: Rackspace Cloud Files

New action: Rackspace Cloud Files

Deploy files to Rackspace Cloud Files with the new file transfer action!

Rackspace Cloud Files is an online storage for large files and media: images, video, audio, as well as HTML, JavaScript and CSS files. The service ensures fast access to its content with a CDN utilizing over 200 servers around the world. Rackspace also provides developer tools for Java, Python, Node.js, Ruby, PHP, and .NET.