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Deploy Arm-Based Instances in CI/CD Pipelines With CircleCI


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Arm processors and architectures are becoming widely available as development teams adopt them as compute nodes in many application infrastructures. Organizations turn to Arm-based servers when looking for a cost-effective way to improve performance for their common workloads like microservices, application servers and databases.

With CircleCI, a continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) platform that automates the build, test and deploy processes for teams looking to do more at scale, customers who need Arm-based compute can already use self-hosted runners based on AWS Graviton2.

To give developers the option to run code on Arm-based instances in their CI/CD pipelines without maintaining infrastructure on their own, CircleCI added new Arm-based resource classes based on Graviton2 as an option for all users.

In this webinar, we’ll introduce the new Arm resource classes and demonstrate how to use them in your pipelines to build, test and deploy applications.

Robert Schanafelt
Senior Solutions Engineer - CircleC
Senior Solutions Engineer - CircleC
Senior Solutions Engineer - CircleC
Senior Solutions Engineer - CircleC

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