The latest news, tutorials, case-studies, and announcements.
Ampere Computing and The Cloud Native Computing Foundation are sponsoring a pilot of actuated's managed Arm CI for CNCF projects.
No more broken tutorials, build a microVM from a container, boot it, access the Internet
Alex shares his insights from building half a dozen popular Go CLIs. Which can you apply to your projects?
Learn how Calyptia fixed its failing Arm builds for open-source Fluent Bit and accelerated our commercial development by adopting Actuated and bare-metal runners.
Learn how to update the microcode on your AMD CPU to avoid the Zenbleed exploit.
Learn how to automate Packer images using QEMU and nested virtualisation through actuated.
Learn how you or your team is using GitHub Actions across your personal account or organisation.
Learn how actuated for GitLab CI can help you secure your CI/CD pipelines with Firecracker.
Speed up your Nix project builds on GitHub Actions with runners powered by Firecracker.
The cache for GitHub Actions can speed up CI/CD pipelines. But what about when it slows you down?
We're announcing a new OIDC proxy for OpenFaaS for keyless deployments from GitHub Actions.
Alex shares lessons from building a managed service for GitHub Actions with Firecracker.
QEMU is a convenient way to publish containers for multiple architectures, but it can be incredibly slow. Native is much faster.
See how BYO bare-metal made a 6 hour GitHub Actions build complete 25x faster.
From building cloud images, to running NixOS tests and the android emulator, we look at how and why you'd want to run a VM in GitHub Actions.
Learn how we made a Golang project build 4x faster using GitHub's built-in caching mechanism.
Learn how to publish container images for both Arm and Intel machines from GitHub Actions.
Learn how to add a Software Bill of Materials (SBOM) to your containers with GitHub Actions in a few easy steps.
GitHub warns against using self-hosted Actions runners for public repositories - but why? And are there alternatives?
GitHub doesn't provide hosted Arm runners, so how can you use native Arm runners safely & securely?
I saw an opportunity to fix self-hosted runners for GitHub Actions. Actuated is now in pilot and aims to solve most if not all of the friction.