What is Anka Build?
Setup container infrastructure to run iOS CI on macOS hosts - Supported on AWS EC2 mac instances, hosted and on-prem macs. It enables you to create a private macOS cloud on top of a cluster of mac hardware. You can create macOS build images, manage the images in a central registry and spin them up on-demand on the private macOS cloud for iOS CI.
Anka Build is a tool in the Virtualization Platform category of a tech stack.
Who uses Anka Build?
Anka Build Integrations
Jenkins, GitHub Actions, GitLab CI, TeamCity, and macOS are some of the popular tools that integrate with Anka Build. Here's a list of all 6 tools that integrate with Anka Build.
Anka Build's Features
- macOS virtualization
- Container for iOS CI
- iOS agents on AWS
- Jenkins iOS agents
- Gitlab CI iOS runner
- Buildkite iOS on AWS
- Teamcity iOS plugin
- GitHub Actions iOS
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