Buildkite provides native Kubernetes help in newest replace



The CI/CD platform Buildkite has introduced its first quarterly launch of the yr. 

With this launch, the corporate introduced the Kubernetes agent stack, bringing native Kubernetes help to the platform. Customers can now run Buildkite CI/CD brokers on Kubernetes, the place they’ll benefit from the experience of their platform groups and see elevated flexibility. 

This launch additionally continues on with Buildkite’s objective of providing a CI/CD platform that integrates with  firms’ present safety tooling and doesn’t entry secrets and techniques or supply code. 

Buildkite has added help for OpenID Join, which is a safety commonplace for identification in federated methods that builds on the OAuth 2.0 framework. The platform additionally just lately achieved SOC 2 Kind 2 compliance. 

The corporate has additionally added a flaky check tracker, which reveals which exams are the least dependable within the Check Analytics UI. This can assist cut back time spent checking for bugs and failures, and likewise cut back frustration amongst testers and builders.

Different new options embody clusters that customers can group brokers into, a brand new utilization breakdown to offer extra understanding over billing, and the power to configure jobs to routinely retry based mostly on termination alerts. 

The corporate additionally introduced plugins with Hashicorp Vault and GitLab, and launched the Agent Atmosphere API, which permits jobs to “examine and mutate their setting” without having to undergo Bash. 

“Our newest releases present how we’re fascinated about Buildkite now and sooner or later,” mentioned Keith Pitt, CEO and founding father of Buildkite. “We’re constructing enterprise-grade options for everybody, whether or not you’re a group of two or 10,000.”

As well as, the corporate introduced a brand new govt rent: Daniel Vydra as chief expertise officer. He was beforehand CTO for RedBubble and brings 9 years of senior engineering expertise.