The Shippable Blog

Manisha Sahasrabudhe

Manisha Sahasrabudhe

Recent Posts

Migrating to the New Build Platform

We unveiled the latest release of Shippable on February 29th. This release includes over 240 new features and addresses most of the customer feedback we've received over the last few months. Details about the new release are in my blog post here.

A big part of this release is moving to a new yml format that allows for maximum flexibility in configuring your workflows, including access to the Docker CLI in your yml commands.

To ease this transition to the new release, Shippable now includes a built-in yml translator which automatically reads old yml formats and converts them to the new format. This means you do not have to move to the latest format if you don't want to and your projects should continue to just work after your subscription is migrated in the next few days.

Meet the new Shippable

Today, we are proud to announce our latest Shippable release. This release is very close to our hearts for several reasons. First, it addresses almost all customer feedback that we have received over the last couple of years. Second, it achieves our goal of going beyond CI and being a true end-to-end continuous delivery platform for all applications. Third, our platform architecture sets us up to execute faster than anyone else, which means we can innovate at breakneck speed and deliver value to our customers, namely, YOU.

 

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The new Shippable helps you ship code faster than ever before. Let’s delve deeper into what we are launching today.

How to use Shippable CI with GitHub Enterprise

Many enterprises are looking to combine the benefit of Git-based repos with company requirements of on-prem code hosting. Today's GitHub  announcements of a number of new enhancements to GitHub Enterprise are a great step forward for enterprise-grade repos in an on-prem world. Shippable supports GitHub as both a service as well as the on-premise GitHub Enterprise. Here are instructions to connect Shippable to GitHub Enterprise.

Shippable Strengthens Leadership Team with Software Industry Luminaries

 

Google Kubernetes cofounder and technical lead Joe Beda becomes a strategic advisor, Microsoft and VMware veteran Charles Fitzgerald joins Shippable’s Board of Directors, and developer and open source marketing expert Matt Carter joins leadership team

 

The great DevOps 2.0 debate of 2015

 

Welcome to the great DevOps 2.0 debate! The topic under discussion is - Why is Shippable calling themselves a DevOps 2.0 platform? 

We love Twitterstorms as much as the next person. After all, who can forget the epic exchange between John Legere and The Donald? Or closer to home, the banter between Docker's @shykes and the Coreos folks? Everyone loves a good old-fashioned flame war.

Our announcement on Wednesday ruffled some feathers, albeit important ones. We said that our new product line, Shippable Formations, delivers what we are coining as a DevOps 2.0 platform. And then all hell broke loose. Even Patrick Deboisthe Father of DevOps, was confused and skeptical - 

Patrick's tweet about our DevOps 2.0 announcement 

There was a lot of this going around.