Comparing Anka and Orka

In this blog, we will do our best at comparing Anka and Orka, expediting your team’s decision-making process. This blog’s information is likely to change over time as both Anka and Orka evolve. As your iOS applications grow, so does the need for automation, feedback, and testing. Teams will consider setting up a central CI/CD

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Anka GitLab Runner v1.0.0

Veertu Inc is excited to announce the Anka GitLab Runner v1.0.0, now available on our Anka GitLab Runner GitHub Releases page and inside of DockerHub. It has been several months since we released the beta Anka GitLab Runner 0.6 back in December of 2019. We want to give a big thank you to all of

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Achieving High Availability with Kubernetes

High Availability of your Build Cloud can be achieved in multiple ways. As the popularity and maturity of Kubernetes grows, we’ve also received an increase of questions from customers on using it to deploy the Build Cloud Controller & Registry. In this blog, we’ll describe achieving High Availability with Kubernetes. Please refer to our Achieving

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Using Anka Build to run your Android project’s CI/CD

Using Anka Build to run your Android project’s CI/CD builds and tests is a relatively simple process. However, time after time, we hear the same concerns from our customers about emulators not working or having poor performance. This is understandable as, at the time of writing this blog, we’re still working on supporting the use

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Upgrading to Big Sur Beta in your Anka Build VM

We are excited to share a patch for our Anka Build Virtualization (v2.2.3) software that supports upgrading to Big Sur Beta in your Anka Build VM. Upgrading to Big Sur Beta is relatively easy and can be done using the standard beta installation process you would expect. We highly suggest that you avoid patching/testing on

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Anka Build Getting Started with Jenkins

We’re excited to announce our Anka Build Getting Started with Jenkins script which is now available in the Anka Build Getting Started repository. If you’re already familiar with our Announcing the Anka Build Getting Started Repository blog post, you’ll know that we aim to provide scripts to help set up and run Anka Build software.

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Github Actions Self-hosted macOS VMs for iOS CI/CD

GitHub Actions has quickly become a favorite for most organizations and projects as they are already using GitHub repositories for code version control. It’s also easy to use and simple to get up and running. However, there is a bit of confusion around setting up and using Github Actions Self-hosted macOS VMs. Fortunately, at Veertu

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Anka Build Getting Started with TeamCity

We’re excited to announce a new Anka Build Getting Started with TeamCity script which is now available in our Anka Build Getting Started repository. If you’re already familiar with our Announcing the Anka Build Getting Started Repository blog post, you’ll know that we aim to provide scripts to help set up and run Anka Build

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Announcing the Anka Build Getting Started Repository

Developer Relations at Veertu Inc is proud to announce the launch of our Anka Build Getting Started repository in Github. This repo contains various examples and scripts that automate the installation and configuration of Veertu’s Anka Build Software on your local macOS machine. This is a great way to set up a test environment and

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Performance testing with new Anka release and 2018 minis

Anka macOS virtualization is now at version 2.1.2 with support for Catalina. Since our earlier releases starting from 1.x.x, we have been quietly making changes to improve the performance of iOS and macOS build and test jobs inside Anka VMs. Some of these changes are significant items shared in the release notes, and at other

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