Today, we are excited to announce support for multiple Operating Systems, including Windows, Mac OS, and CentOS. From the start, our goal at Shippable has been to provide you with a common CI and DevOps platform for all your applications, irrespective of application technology and architecture.
Our journey started with Continuous Integration (CI) in 2013, when we debuted the first CI platform to support native Docker workflows for our customers. Last year, we added Assembly Lines to let you easily define end-to-end workflows across your DevOps tools to achieve Continuous Delivery with Application Release Automation, Release orchestration, approval gates, etc. This completed our end-to-end support for Ubuntu applications.
As much as we like Ubuntu, most Enterprises have a mix of applications across multiple Operating Systems. We are proud to expand Shippable today with support for multiple platforms, as well as a bunch of other enhancements that will help you manage build infrastructure and create CI, CD, and DevOps workflows more easily.
Let's look at the top features launched today. In upcoming weeks, we will post detailed blogs on how to use each of these features.