What is it
Flow CI Engine is a managed cloud service, powered by the latest generation Apple Silicon Mac minis (M1). It is explicitly designed and built for CI/CD purposes and easy to integrate with existing CI pipeline solutions such as Buildkite and Jenkins.
Who is it for
It is ideal for developer teams and CI/CD providers that need an elastic, fast, secure, and managed cloud platform which is 100% compliant with Apple's Software License Agreement.
Why use it
It is a fully automated platform powered by Apple Silicon Mac minis. Thanks to support for virtual macOS and Linux instances, it provides a unified experience, consistent performance, blazing-fast build times and support for ephemeral builds.
Blazing-fast build times thanks to the use of ARM-based Mac minis and Apple native hypervisor framework.
Fully managed so you don't have to worry about virtualization, hardware, networking, scalability, and availability.
Highly scalable by design, simply by upgrading your concurrency-limits subscription.
We have made the integration with your CI environment as easy as possible.
Operated and hosted on an end-to-end ISO/IEC 27001 certified Swiss cloud platform.
Our native integration with major CI/CD solutions allows you to automatically request macOS and Linux instances for your CI/CD jobs. Using our REST APIs, you can even integrate other custom solutions.
Our Buildkite integration provides a fast and simple way to integrate with the CI Engine service. Based on webhooks, Buildkite pipelines can dynamically provision macOS and Linux instances for building, testing, and more. The integration supports various parameters.
Our Jenkins plugin provides a convenient way to integrate with the CI Engine service. With support for on-prem and cloud-hosted Jenkins installations, it enables on-demand provisioning of macOS and Linux instances for the pipeline jobs. The plugin supports various parameters.
The TeamCity plugin is currently under development and will be available soon. Contact us to learn more about it or to participate in the beta phase.
GitHub Actions integration is currently under development and will be available soon. Contact us to learn more about it or to participate in the beta phase.