Super-Fast Builds for Docker Images
Codefresh builds Docker images on every change in a branch or pull request. It can then store the image in a Docker registry of your choice or in the Codefresh built-in registry. Codefresh can monitor your git repository or be triggered from any CI service.
Continuous Unit, Integration and UI Testing
Codefresh runs unit tests with each Docker build, either on a stand-alone image or as part of a composition (you can configure Docker compositions in Codefresh). Then, Codefresh will run your integration, UI, and other tests on the running Docker image or composition. At the end of the process, Codefresh will store the test results as part of the image’s metadata.
Early Feature Previews
Share new feature implementations with your team by allowing them to instantly run your Docker image directly from Codefresh. The team can then review and comment on the new feature before changes are pushed to staging or before creating a pull request.
Effortless Deployment to Any Cloud
Once images or whole compositions are ready to be deployed to staging or production, Codefresh can auto-deploy at the end of every build process, or you can manually deploy with one click.