Announcing the imminent availability of Harrow.io, FOSS

We’ve been super fortunate with Harrow over the last two years to have built a scalable and sustainable business from our humble beginnings maintaining Capistrano. As we’ve grown we’ve needed capital to stay alive, and our investor round have supported us wonderfully at every step. We’re collectively in a position to give back to the

Harrow on the US west coast!

Our team will be on the west coast of the USA from 07/20 until 10/08 visiting customers, and setting up our presence in the US. Feel free to contact me leehambley@harrow.io and arrange a meeting, we’d love to meet you and hear what you’re using Harrow for.

Coming to Harrow from Capistrano

Given our close relationship with Capistrano, many of our users come from that community. Rails developers looking for a complete solution for continuous integration, continuous delivery and general ops and maintenance tasks. We prepared a short video that outlines what makes Harrow unique in the DevOps tooling domain with a special emphasis on the powerful

Using Android’s Repo tool to manage complex software projects.

Harrow is a relatively complex software project, comprising non-trivial software in many distinct languages spread across many repositories. We’ve always coped with this complexity fairly well, most of our team have a $HOME/code/harrow directory they work in, and most of them only need to check out two or perhaps three repositories at any one time.

Announcement: Enterprise Edition General Availability

Our team is incredibly proud to announce the immediate and general availability of our enterprise product offering. Harrow Enterprise allows users to run Harrow self-contained within their own network with no hard external dependencies! Companies can use Harrow inside their own firewall, without the potential risks associated with legal complications of data protection and 3rd

Announcement: Slack Build Notifications

An early winner in our public Trello board initiative, we’ve got great Slack notifications baked in now, check out the knowledge base to learn how to set them up and tighten the feedback loop for your tests, builds and deploys! Check out also our public Trello board, and our announcement post.

Announcement: A major overhaul of Harrow’s web interface!

Our team is proud to announce today the launch of our new Harrow web application. Revamped from the ground up, with awkward workflows fixed, a glut of new features, and a generally faster interface. When first creating your account you’ll be greeted by a new setup assistant which will guide you through the setup process

Announcement: New Public Trello Board

For too long we have built and planned features without early, proactive input from our users. Today we are changing that, announcing our new public Trello board for Harrow features. This board allows you to comment on, vote for, and track (subscriptions, and the calendar feature) your wish-list feature, and to see what we’re working