Travis CI was created to help improve open-source software. Our goal has since grown to make it easy for all developers to set up and configure continuous integration. Over 300,000 open source projects are using Travis CI today, such as Ruby on Rails, Ember.js, Sentry, Puppet, and Logstash
Your build configuration is just as important as your code. That’s why it’s committed to your repository, and we fetch it when needed.
All of your builds are run in an isolated container that offers a fresh build environment with every commit.
Your team has the flexibility to spin up as much build capacity as needed. If it’s a busy week before a production release, just start up some more capacity and let your team test to their heart's content.
Your continuous integration system is just as critical as your GitHub Enterprise. Travis CI Enterprise can run in a multi-node setup behind a load balancer, providing safety from hardware failures.
Our team is fluent in a range of languages and tools. As an added bonus, we are also experienced with GitHub Enterprise.
Maintaining your repositories builds should be everyone's job, not just one person. Travis CI makes the infrastructure and configuration a team responsibility
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