The Probo team has been busy working on a few updates. Check out what’s new!
Probo Now Supports GitLab Integration
Similar to GitHub and Bitbucket, users can now log in with their GitLab account and use the Probo.CI app. The Probo open source project already featured GitLab integration, which you can learn more about here.
We added a Probo LAMP plugin configuration option to set up different MySQL config options typically set in the my.cnf configuration file. This allows users to set up their Probo build’s MySQL configuration to match their production environment more closely. A configuration example for mysqlCnfOptions in the .probo.yaml file can be found on the Probo LAMP plugin page.
Varnish YAML config options
Our team added a Probo LAMP plugin configuration option to allow users to test out Varnish configurations that match their production environment within their Probo build. The default settings will allow for basic varnish caching to be enabled on a build. This will allow developers to test site configurations and excludes prior to pushing changes to production. A custom VCL file can also be configured to match your production environment even closer with the
pathToVcl setting. A configuration example for varnish in the .probo.yaml file can be found on the Probo LAMP plugin page.
Check out the Probo product roadmap to see what features we’re working on next. What features and updates would you like to see? Let us know in the comments!