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Hosted Continuous Integration with CloudBees

By sarah in Uncategorized. Posted on April 12th

We’ve keeping an eye out for hosted continuous integration for some time. Recently, I heard about CloudBees from John Dunham at Sauce Labs (another great cloud-hosted service which will run your Selenium tests). It seems some ofthe Hudson folk have escaped from Oracle, renamed/forked the open source project as “Jenkins” and are setting up shop with $4M from Matrix Partners with the goal of offering a platform for hosting Java apps, including the Java-based continuous integration system, Jenkins (nee Hudson).

I’ve tried it out on one Rails project I’ve tried, I’ve got specs running, but not passing and I’m not sure why yet. Here’s what I’ve figured out so far…

By sarah | Posted in Uncategorized | Comments (2)


  1. Posted October 19, 2011 at 10:47 pm | Permalink

    Check out Tddium: Hosted CI for Ruby. http://www.tddium.com. Sign up for an invite to eval our limited release for free.

  2. Posted January 1, 2012 at 10:38 am | Permalink

    You can also try http://railsonfire.com. Ping me @moritzplassnig or [email protected] if you need any help or have some feedback for us! :)


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