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Codeship Launches AWS Continuous Delivery Mission


Vying well for the "best name to name a company award" is Codeship. The firm's "simplest ever" Continuous Delivery (CD) platform is now integrated with AWS CodeDeploy, a managed deployment service from Amazon Web Services.

CTO and cofounder Florian said that AWS CodeDeploy targets a need for standardized processes for testing and delivery where cloud-centric developers need the flexibility of building infrastructure on AWS.

Codeship offers developers a "well-defined and battle-tested delivery system" so that users can set up continuous integration in just a few steps and automatically deploy to AWS CodeDeploy when all their tests have passed.

Codeship supports a range of languages and test frameworks and works with GitHub and BitBucket.

"With the philosophy of 'building for the builders', Codeship turns a manual release into an automated one by making it easy for developers to test and deploy new software. To start, users can sign up for Codeship's Freemium plan, which allows for 100 free builds a month and five private projects," said Florian.


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