Whats New In Codefresh?

A changelog of new features

Recent Codefresh updates:

October 2020

  • Using the GitHub Container registry as Docker registry - documentation
  • Simplified Git operations with the App Proxy for the Codefresh runner - documentation

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February 2020

  • Beta Support for Helm 3 - documentation
  • Use GitHub Actions as Codefresh pipeline steps - documentation
  • Publish a JAR to Artifactory/Nexus - documentation
  • New dashboard for builds - documentation
    • The git-event name is now included
    • Event-specific additional information is now included
    • The trigger name is now included
    • Filtering by trigger-type (git, cron, registry, helm, manual) is now available
    • Filtering by git-event type is now available
    • Cleanup and removal of unneeded information
  • Payment screen improvements
    • Clearer error messages for failed payments
    • Clearer messages for confirmation/error dialogs
    • New in-app notifications for plan upgrades and downgrades
    • New in-app notifications for subscription payment issues
  • New UX flow for the signup process
  • Updated OneLogin SSO support - documentation
  • Published Codefresh Platform IPs - documentation
  • Installing the Codefresh Runner in AWS - documentation
  • Amazon ECS/Fargate deployment example - documentation

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December 2018

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October 2018

September 2018

  • New ability to group steps into pipeline steps - documentation
  • New dedicated Pipelines view for pipelines not linked to GIT repositories - documentation
  • New redesigned Logs view with persistent header and icons for steps
  • ARM build support (alpha) - documentation
  • New pipeline variables for GitHub releases - documentation

August 2018

  • Native Integration with Azure Kubernetes Service - documentation
  • Ability to configure SSO both in the customer and the account level (Enterprise)
  • Azure SSO integration (Enterprise) - documentation
  • OKTA SSO integration (Enterprise)
  • Added Azure and Google as login/sign-up options
  • You can now invite a collaborator who had signed up with a different GIT provider than yours
  • Codefresh will now automatically merge accounts with the same email address
  • Favorite Repositories are now persistent across sessions

July 2018

  • Can use any GIT provider (github, gitlab, bitbucket, stash) with the same Codefresh account
  • Completely redesigned left sidebar with categories build/deploy/artifacts/configuration
  • Build status for Pull requests are now per pipeline giving better feedback
  • Added new variable CF_BUILD_INITIATOR for the person that started a build
  • Improved retrying of push/pull actions after failures with timeouts and general connectivity issues.

June 2018

  • Ability to trigger builds only if a specific folder/file on a repository changes
  • Ability to use the GUI for filtering specific Pull request events for triggers
  • Ability to select if a manual trigger of a pipeline will change the git status of a pull request or not
  • Ability to define a trigger based on the target branch of a pull request
  • Ability to filter builds by the person that was the respective committer

May 2018

  • Integrated Helm repositories for each Codefresh account
  • Ability to specify custom triggers for each pipeline
  • Ability to specify cron-like triggers
  • Advanced Docker caching for faster builds
  • Support for Enterprise Single Sign On
  • Enterprise account management support
  • Added Social Onboarding widget

March 2018

  • Ability to specify entry_point in freestyle steps
  • Ability to specify CMD commands to work with images with entry points
  • Ability to skip git clone step in pipelines
  • Ability to specify Docker build option target for multi-stage builds
  • Support for building containers for ARM processors (contact us)
  • Pipeline initialization optimizations

February 2018

  • Chart install:
    • Can now see default values for the chart, and override them
    • Can now specify tiller namespace
  • Can now connect to private authenticated chart repositories hosted in S3 or GCS bucket.
  • Helm release badge.
  • We can now integrate with Kubernetes clusters behind firewalls.
  • Can now provide context (shared configuration) to pipelines from the CLI.

January 2018

  • Chart install:
    • can now specify release name (useful for installing same chart multiple times)
    • can now add values file that is reusable for next installs
    • can now override individual values
  • You can now add your own Helm repositories to the Helm Charts page
  • Release details:
    • can now delete a release, with advanced options
    • can now test a release
    • can rollback to previous release
    • can visually see differences between releases
  • Misc:

December 2017

  • Manage your configurations in a centralized place and inject them into pipelines as needed. supports secrets as well.
  • Real time dashboard of the Helm releases in your connected Kubernetes cluster. Supports rollback to a previous release.
  • Connect to helm charts repositories, and install them on your connected Kubernetes cluster.

October 2017

  • Apply changes to your pipeline and test it without committing to the source code for each change.
  • Share your Codefresh YAML across pipelines. If you are using the same YAML file for multiple pipelines, use this option to update it in single place when needed to be applied for all pipelines.
  • Enrich your images with custom metadata which perfectly fits your flow and image management process.
  • Easily manage your cluster configuration using Codefresh by creating, importing and sharing Config maps between your Kubernetes namespaces and clusters.
  • If you want to trigger Codefresh pipelines from other tool, use our pipeline hook to build, test and deploy from any command line / script / 3rd party.
  • Test your cluster Credentials and connectivity in one click.
  • We added integration with main self-hosted GIT providers to our PRO plan. You can now use Codefresh with your repositories from:
    • GitHub enterprise
    • Bitbucket Enterprise
    • GitLab enterprise