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Provision AWS EC2 Virtual Machines With Terraform

This tutorial explains how to manually provision an AWS EC2 virtual machine using Terraform. Before you start, you should be familiar with the following concepts:

The best way to get started is to install Terraform and run scripts manually on your local machine to provision a VM. Once you understand the mechanics of it, you should consider automating your workflow by following our documentation on Automated provisioning of AWS EC2 using Terraform.

Shippable 6.5.1 Is Live: Satisfy Your Need For Speed!

We are excited to announce the launch of Shippable 6.5.1.You can find the release notes here: 6.5.1 Release Notes.

This release is geared towards making your CI and CD processes much faster and more efficient. Read on to discover some of the major features released today, including node caching that lets you cache docker images and everything else on the node, faster nodes with more memory, and the ability to rerun only failed jobs in a build matrix. 

Provision an AWS VPC using Ansible

This tutorial explains how to manually provision a AWS Virtual Private Cloud(VPC) using Ansible. Before you start, you should be familiar with the following concepts:

The best way to get started is to install ansible and run playbooks manually on your local machine to provision a VM. The first section of this tutorial explains how to do that. However, manual execution isn't the best and most efficient way to run ansible playbooks, so we will take a look at the challenges and learn how to automate this workflow with a step-by-step tutorial.

Shippable 6.4.4 is live!

A common complaint from our SaaS customers is that we're so busy building new features, we don't always do a great job letting them know what's new. It's like thousands of trees falling in the forest.... you hear them fall, but you don't know which ones and how many until someone tells you or you spend time scanning the forest and discovering it yourself.

We agree that the latter is a terrible scenario, so we're going to do a better job keeping everyone informed moving forward. Watch for our weekly release notes blog recapping everything that was launched in the previous week!

This week, we launched release 6.4.4. You can find the release notes here: 6.4.4 Release Notes.

Read on to discover some of the more interesting features released today.

Provision AWS EC2 virtual machine with Ansible

This tutorial explains how to manually provision an AWS EC2 virtual machine using Ansible. Before you start, you should be familiar with the following concepts:

 The best way to get started is to install ansible and run playbooks manually on your local machine to provision a VM. The first section of this tutorial explains how to do that. However, manual execution isn't the best and most efficient way to run ansible playbooks, so we will take a look at the challenges and learn how to automate this workflow.