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Solano Labs Announces Integration with AWS CodeDeploy

AWS re:Invent 2014 — The Venetian — Booth #530 — Solano Labs, Inc., a leading provider of continuous integration and deployment solutions, today announced deployment integration for AWS CodeDeploy, a fully managed, high-scale deployment service launched today by Amazon Web Services that lets developers quickly and simply automate the process of deploying and updating applications. Utilizing Solano CI software-as-a-service continuous integration platform with AWS CodeDeploy, developers are able to build, test and deploy their applications with ease once they pass continuous integration builds.

Currently, developers have to bring in their own deployment automation after tests pass, which can be a challenge. Solano Labs' integration with AWS CodeDeploy is a turn-key solution: a few clicks on the AWS console to set up the AWS CodeDeploy configuration and a few lines added to the Solano configuration file are all that is required. Without having to invest in their own automation, developers are able to deploy passing builds to their servers.

Solano CI integrates with AWS CodeDeploy to seamlessly deploy applications once it passes CI builds. In addition to simplifying continuous integration flow with Solano CI, deploying with AWS CodeDeploy further streamlines development pipelines. Once a build has passed its tests, Solano CI prepares applications for release and pushes the revision to AWS CodeDeploy. Solano CI can be configured to take different actions depending on the branch that is being built: a simple setting allows for production builds to wait for a deployment window while automatically deploying pre-release branches to a staging server. Solano CI will also confirm with AWS CodeDeploy that all servers in the deployment groups have been updated.

"We are proud and honored to have Solano CI integrated with AWS CodeDeploy," said William Josephson, president of Solano Labs. "Our goal is to allow developers to set up a flow from their Source Control Management such as Git, Mercurial or Perforce to their staging and production servers without custom infrastructure. They can use our infrastructure to get productive faster and with less headaches."

“Developers are in need of deployment tools that allow them to work quickly and reliably,” said Scott Wiltamuth, vice president, Developer Productivity and Tools, Amazon Web Services. “AWS CodeDeploy combined with tools like Solano CI do just that so that developers can focus their time and energy on innovating.”

Solano CI integration with AWS CodeDeploy is available now. Documentation on the integration is available here, along with a short video tutorial here.

About Solano Labs:

Solano Labs provides a blazingly fast solution for Continuous Integration and Deployment. Solano CI dramatically reduces testing time for our customers, enabling developers to focus on building and innovating instead of waiting for test builds to finish. By harnessing our proprietary parallel optimization technology and our fully-managed cloud infrastructure, developers see test results 10 to 80x faster than existing solutions, saving time and money. With Solano CI, they can concentrate on creating software, not wrangling with test environments. For more information, check out and follow us on Twitter @SolanoLabs.

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