Our CI/CD platform lets teams build and deliver great software, quickly and at scale, in the cloud, or on your own infrastructure.
Almost no business is immune from the need for quality software development. The act of building quality software, and shipping it quickly, has become the core engine of value creation in companies across all industries. CircleCI allows teams to rapidly release code they trust by automating the build, test, and delivery process for both mobile and web apps, either in the cloud or on their own private server. Thousands of leading companies, including Samsung, Ford Motor Company, Spotify, Lyft, Coinbase, PagerDuty, Stitch Fix, and BuzzFeed rely on CircleCI to accelerate delivery and improve quality.
CircleCI was named a Leader in cloud-native continuous integration by Forrester in 2019 and has been named to multiple Best DevOps Tools lists. CircleCI is the first CI/CD tool to become FedRAMP certified and processes more than 30 million builds each month across Linux, macOS, Docker and Windows build environments.
Founded in 2011 and headquartered in San Francisco with a global remote workforce, CircleCI is venture-backed by IVP, Sapphire Ventures, Owl Rock Capital, Scale Venture Partners, Threshold Ventures (formerly DFJ), Baseline Ventures, Top Tier Capital, Industry Ventures, Heavybit, Harrison Metal Capital, and NextEquity Partners.
What an Architect Can Learn from Retrospective Failures
Featuring Aino Vonge Corry
Based on 15 years of experience with facilitating retrospectives for software developers, I have described the most common challenges in antipatterns.architecture antipatterns
Event-Driven Microservices: The Sense, Nonsense and a Way Forward
Featuring Allard Buijze
Learn the promises made and if microservices delivered, how microservices technology evolved and impacted decisions, and what it means to be event-driven.architecture cloud microservices
Technologies for Microservices
Featuring Eberhard Wolff
Many say: "Microservices are small REST services" — but the technology choice for microservices is much bigger. This talk provides an overview of various approaches and when to use them.cloud istio kubernetes atom kafka microservices
Minimum Viable Migrations (MVM), A Path to Cloud Modernization
Featuring Ben Ellerby
Most teams take an Agile approach to day-to-day engineering, but for migration projects this strategy goes out the window. In this talk, Ben Ellerby explores how a focus on Minimum Viable Migrations allows assumptions to be tested faster, increased team focus and better value to customers.cloud modernisation cloud-migrations migration
CI/CD with CircleCI (Pre-Conference Workshop)
Featuring Zan Markan and Angel Rivera
Join us for this free pre-conference workshop and learn the core principles of CI/CD with a hands-on workshop featuring the CircleCI platform, from commit to build, test, and deploy.devops continuous-delivery continuous-integration
Service Mess to Service Mesh
Featuring Rob Richardson
Join Rob Richardson for this introduction (or reintroduction) to service mesh. Through live demos of both Istio and Linkerd, Rob explains why (and why not) to use this popular infrastructure layer.cloud linkerd istio service-mesh
CI/CD Agility and Controlling Pipeline Sprawl
Featuring Angel Rivera
In this talk, Angel will discuss the common pain points associated with existing CI/CD platforms — such as the issue of “Pipeline Sprawl” — attendees will learn technical strategies to develop optimized pipeline configurations and diminish potentially costly vendor-lock in.devops vendor-neutral cicd-pipelines continuous-delivery continous-integration
Designing Loosely Coupled Microservices
Featuring Chris Richardson
An essential principle of the microservice architecture is loose coupling. Ignoring this principle is a surefire way to becoming yet another "microservices failure story”. In this talk you will learn about the different kinds of coupling, how to minimize design time and increase the...devops cloud microservices architecture
Event-Driven Autoscaling on Kubernetes with KEDA and Azure Functions
Featuring Erwin Staal
Event-driven, serverless architectures are a hot topic in today’s cloud-native application development. In this demo-filled session, I'll introduce you to KEDA. KEDA is a component that provides event-driven autoscalingdevops cloud azure kubernetes