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Continuous Integration

Harness CI helps you build and test your code. It also provides a bird's-eye view of all your builds — successful, failed, aborted, and expired — and the percentage of successful builds for individual codebases. You can easily see where your builds have failed and drill down into specific builds to troubleshoot and analyze the root causes.

All CI Tutorials

15 min

Node and Docker CI Pipeline

This build automation guide walks you through building a NodeJS and Docker Application in a CI Pipeline.

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15 min

Run LocalStack as a Service

This build automation guide shows how to run LocalStack as a Background step in a CI Pipeline

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15 min

Run Sauce Connect Proxy as a Service

This build automation guide walks you through running Sauce Connect Proxy as a Background step in a CI Pipeline

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20 min

Build and publish a Java HTTP Server

Build, test, and publish a Docker image for a Java HTTP server application

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15 min

Build and push a container image to Amazon ECR

Build, test, and publish a container image to AWS ECR.

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5 min

Get started with the fastest CI on the planet

This tutorial helps you get started with Harness CI and explore some of the features that make it four times faster than the leading competitor.

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15 min

Build Go application containers

This build automation guide describes building a Go container image in a CI Pipeline.

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15 min

Sign Application Containers

This build automation guide describes how to sign a container image using a CI pipeline.

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20 min

Build, test, and publish a Docker image for a sample React application

Learn how to build and test a sample React application in a CI pipeline.

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10 min

Github Action steps

This guide shows how to run GitHub Actions natively with harness CI.

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15 min

Push application containers to Google Artifact Registry

This build automation guide describes how to build and push an application container image to Google Artifact Registry using a CI pipeline.

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