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Product News : IncrediBuild for Linux and Android Launched
on 2015/8/19 6:15:53 (765 reads)
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IncrediBuild has launched IncrediBuild for Linux and Android during LinuxCon North America. IncrediBuild for Linux and Android is a suite of out-of-the-box acceleration solutions enabling Linux and Android developers to accelerate their software development up to 30x faster. IncrediBuild for Linux and Android also allows developers to visualize their build process with no vendor lock-in or need to change their development toolchain or workflow. IncrediBuild saves hours of developers' time waiting for their build, testing, packaging, or other development processes as part of the Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery process.


This unique solution, the first time available for Linux and Android developers, helps developers streamline development cycles by running development processes in a distributed fashion -- slashing significant time to market and development cost. IncrediBuild uses a "Docker-like" proprietary innovative distributed container technology to enable fast processing of development tasks in parallel, allowing developers to turn their computer into a virtual supercomputer by harnessing idle cores from remote machines across the network and in the cloud, increasing performance, speeding build time, and improving developer productivity.

IncrediBuild for Linux and Android supports the most popular Linux distributions, such as Ubuntu, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and CentOS and can accelerate most built tools and various development tools without any integration, changes to source code, or build tools environment. IncrediBuild for Linux is the only solution that allows organizations running multiple Linux distributions to accelerate their development on the same platform. For example, teams running Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, as well as Ubuntu can all benefit from IncrediBuild's power without configuring different build processes for each platform separately.

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