8/4/2022· Adam from BuildJet
Today, we’re happy to release the first-ever ARM runners for GitHub Actions. This will enable many thousands of developers to finally get native support for their ARM workflows. BuildJet for GitHub Actions ARM runner makes your workflows 10x faster than what is currently possible on GitHub Actions.
7/20/2022· Adam from BuildJet
Today, we’re delighted to introduce support for hardware accelerated Android emulators on all BuildJet runners. This allows Android developers to create fast and affordable runners for their CI workloads. BuildJet for GitHub Actions runs Android Emulator tests 20x cheaper and 2.5x faster than what is currently possible on GitHub Actions.
11/9/2020· Adam from BuildJet
It is common practice for CI's to simply state the amount of vCPUs at the user's disposal. We do the same and find it generally to be a good abstraction. Cross-service comparison gets easier and the users don't need to dabble with the details.
10/23/2020· Adam from BuildJet
In this performance review, we will take a close look at the cost of slow hardware. Firstly, we will compare CI runs with different codebases, on different hardware. We will then explain the different CI runs, by drilling into characteristics of the respective codebase, programming language, and the available CI hardware.
10/11/2020· Adam from BuildJet
As most developers know, regardless of how much you try to multitask, waiting for the CI to finish always feels like an unnecessary bottleneck. As a consequence of project complexity and developers waiting for simple PR's, we always ended up migrating to a self-hosted CI despite it always being extra effort to set it up and maintain.
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