Today we’re excited to announce the next major release of Travis CI Enterprise, our on-premises version of Travis CI.
This release brings several new features worth highlighting, including full support for high availability setups. It’s also fully up-to-date with our latest web interface and new features in our API, most notably the Requests API that allows you to trigger arbitrary builds without pushing a commit.
Support for high availability setups. Travis CI Enterprise now supports running in customized infrastructure setups, specifically environments with high availability requirements. All infrastructure services are fully customizable, allowing you to bring your own PostgreSQL and RabbitMQ, as well as hosting Enterprise in a load-balanced setup.
A new and updated look. Travis CI Enterprise is fully up-to-date with all changes and improvements we’ve been making to the user interface over the past couple of months.
Support for API v3. We’re working on a new API, and this release supports an early version of it for you to try out. Most notably it includes the Requests API that can be used to run custom builds from e.g. Slack and enabling you to construct custom pipelines as well as breaking out separate deployment jobs.
Updates base operating system. We’ve updated the underlying Docker images with the latest patches and security updates for the Ubuntu operating system.
Increased stability. All components of Travis CI Enterprise have been brought fully up-to-date with the latest changes that provide better stability and reliability.
An updated management console. We’ve updated the management console to Replicated 2.0, which improves the Replicated services.
Upgrading from 1.x
Those of our customers who are on our 1.x series should contact our Enterprise team when they are ready to upgrade to our 2.0 release.
Over the recent months, we’ve also rolled out a simplified pricing structure.
Licenses for Travis CI Enterprise are sold in packs of 20 seats for $8,000 per year, allowing you to run unlimited concurrent builds.
All new customers will be automatically set up to use the 2.0 release starting today.
Try it out!
If you’re interested in trying out our newest release to see how Travis CI Enterprise works for you get in touch with our Enterprise team and we’ll get you set up with a 45-day trial license. It’s a breeze to set up on EC2, and you’ll be testing your code in minutes!