No build queues

Take a team of 50 developers and an average build time of 10 minutes.
Let them all push a branch within the same hour (common case).
That's 500 minutes of build. When will the last build finish?
1x concurrency: 8 hours. 10x concurrency: 1 hour.
Have 100+ developers? Have 1000+ developers? ... :)

Faster builds

Concurrency is nothing if a build takes forever.
Your developers laptops have at least 4 cores and 8GB RAM. Underused 99% of the time.
Say you share half with Docker so day to day work is not impacted.
Have 100 developers? That's 200 CPU and 400GB of RAM at hand. Sweet!

Hyper flexible build definition

Every CI platform has a build definition format. Jenkins pipelines, YAML files, whatever.
Each is complex to learn and ultimately comes with limitations.
Fire CI uses the open Docker standard to define builds.
Use a Dockerfile if you can live with a few commands or a docker-compose.yml file if you need to mimic infrastructure in your tests.
Docker give you endless possibilites, awesome documentation and community support.

Fix broken builds easily

Fancy CI pipelines with crazy YAML configuration files are great. Until a build fails.
Then it is you, almighty developer who has to fix it. What do you do?
Spend 90% of your time trying to reproduce the broken build locally and then 10% fixing it.
With Fire CI you just need to checkout the suspicious git commit and run a Docker command
to run the exact same build on your working copy.

As Secure as it gets

It's fairly simple: no remote server gets access to your source code. Ever.
The Fire CI agent runs simple git clone commands and the developer
SSH agent or HTTPS credentials manager kicks in.
Fire CI never gets access to any credentials.

It's cheaper!

Competing on price is lame. And yet Fire CI unique architecture does provide better CI at a lower cost.
Past 50 developers you'll spend 10x less money than with other cloud CI providers.
Remember the 200 CPU and 400 GB of RAM mentionned earlier? The cost to match the capacity another way is huge!
Checkout out the pricing page for details.

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Free up to 3 users. Unlimited builds and repositories.

Running git in house?
(GitHub Entreprise, BitBucket Server, GitLab, Azure DevOps)
Contact us and we'll connect you in no time.