In this blog post we're going to cover how to use git and Concourse to automatically set, update, and archive your pipelines using the set_pipeline step. No longer will you need to use fly set-pipeline to update any of your pipelines! For consistency we will refer to the pipeline
Happy Friday! This one's brief.
With the four(!) RFCs from the last round-up now merged, it's time to move on to the next RFC milestone: Prototypes!
In this blog post we are going to show how to build and publish container images using the oci-build task and registry-image resource.
First off: sorry, I immediately failed to keep my target pace for these. 😓 I got wrapped up in a deadline, and since I alternate weeks between engineering and community duties like this post, when I miss a week for RFC updates the 2-week interval can quickly turn into 4 or
Understanding how task inputs and outputs work in Concourse can be a little confusing initially. This post will walk you through a few example pipelines to show you how inputs and outputs work within a single Concourse job. By the end you should understand how inputs and outputs work within
A report on some of the findings from our recent community survey.
Howdy, and welcome to our first RFC round-up! 🤠 For those unaware, Concourse RFCs are a process for proposing and collaborating on improvements to core Concourse functionality, including pipeline behavior, new step types, new operator capabilities, etc. In short, RFCs are where all the cool new stuff is planned. 😎 My goal
Hasta la vista, stale bot. tl;dr:We've been granted access to GitHub's beta Discussions feature! 🎉Discussions on the concourse repo will be used for questions and technical support.Discussions on the rfcs repo will be for incubating ideas for new workflows, which eventually turn into Pull Requests (also on
On the Concourse team, we’re working hard to keep our product development running smoothly as we work from home, with some additions to our tech stack and changes to our day to day workflow.
Today we are launching the Concourse 2020 Community Survey. The answers you provide will help ensure the product, community, and ecosystem fit the needs of the people closest to it. Please help us shape Concourse CI’s future by taking part.
Photo: National Parks Service The idea to build a dedicated resource types catalog has been long-discussed. We’d like to announce that the idea has come to fruition: the new Concourse resource types catalog is wheels up! The catalog lists Concourse resource types that have recently been submitted to the
Before the paint completely dries on the v10 roadmap, there is one last big unknown I want to explore in case it brings more clarity to our direction: generic tasks. Resource types are a great way to share tools and integrations for others to use in their pipelines. Unfortunately, they're
Phew, it's been a while. I got lots of info to cover so let's just get right into it Concourse OSS GrowthAs some of you may know, the Concourse team switched over to a PR-based workflow at the beginning of the year. This change is in line with our objectives
A long-term roadmap for the core design of Concourse.
How does the Concourse team go about solving the problem of pipeline monitoring?With the growing popularity of Concourse, we noticed that our development teams wanted to observe and monitor multiple pipelines simultaneously. This behaviour wasn’t limited to just Pivotal engineering teams; in fact, it was even more prevalent
The Concourse team had the opportunity to visit some Concourse users out in Montreal last week. We had a blast meeting everyone, including…
…and we’re back! Apologies for the lack of updates lately. I’ve just come back from some time off and work travel has taken up a lot of my…
In case you missed it, we’ve made some tweaks to the structure of the website. I’m happy to report that Alex Suraci drastically improved…
Sorry for missing the update last week. I was travelling out to the Bay area to attend the ConcourseCI Bay Area User Group. For those who…