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Codefresh Launches World’s First CI/CD Live Debugger to Make DevOps Suck Less

Codefresh will demonstrate its new debugger and other exciting features at Kubecon, November 18 – 21 in Booth #S58

Mountain View, CA, November 12, 2019 – Creating CI/CD pipelines is often considered a frustrating and time-consuming process. Each change has to be saved, committed and the pipeline rerun from the beginning. DevOps engineers are missing a key component that has been available for software developers for years: debugging breakpoints, so Codefresh is introducing the world’s first live CI/CD debugging tool to take the suck out of DevOps.

The Codefresh pipeline debugger works similar to an integrated development environment (IDE) debugger. Developers can place breakpoints on one or more pipeline steps and once the pipeline hits one of them, it will pause and a debugging window will open. Users can then test commands, explore the state of the pipeline, and identify required changes.

“The initial feedback from our users piloting live debugging has been very positive. They love how much faster and easier the CI/CD pipeline creation process is when engineers are able to test, troubleshoot, and fix their pipelines with this new tool,” said Raziel Tabib, Founder and CEO of Codefresh.

Live debugging will be rolling out to all Codefresh customers on a Pro plan or higher in the coming weeks.

WHERE: Kubecon, San Diego Convention Center, 111 W Harbor Dr, San Diego, CA, November 18 – 21

WHO: Codefresh, the first and only continuous integration/delivery (CI/CD) platform designed for Kubernetes, will be at Booth #S58

WHAT: Tabib will be available to discuss the CI/CD debugging tool as well as other features, including a new filter view on the Builds tab, providing one global view that shows build projects for all projects across an organization, and a project-based view from the setting inside an individual project. In addition, Codefresh now offers native integration with DigitalOcean, the cloud for developing modern apps, making support deployment to the DigitalOcean Kubernetes cluster possible.

At Kubecon, Codefresh will also be hosting a Cloud Native CI/CD Summit with Microsoft on Monday, November 18 from 12 noon – 6 p.m. on the historic Berkeley Ferryboat at the Maritime Museum of San Diego. “KuBEERnetes.” Happy hour starts at 5 p.m. during which Codefresh will make major announcements that impact the open source community.

Codefresh’s CI/CD platform provides automation for building, testing and deploying modern applications using Kubernetes, serverless and more. Development teams often see 24x faster engineering cycles when using Codefresh. The company recently announced 340% YoY growth.

About Codefresh, Inc.
Founded in 2014, Codefresh is the first Kubernetes-native CI/CD. After launch in 2017, Codefresh has gained tens of thousands of users. Unlike legacy solutions, Codefresh pipelines are uniquely designed for cloud-native technologies like Kubernetes and Helm. Codefresh is headquartered in Mountain View, CA and backed by world-class investors: M12, Microsoft’s venture fund, Viola Ventures, Vertex Ventures, Hillsven, CEIIF, UpWest Labs and Streamlined Ventures. Learn more about Codefresh at Follow on LinkedIn and Twitter at @codefresh.

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