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We’re currently seeing tens of thousands of builds per week on CircleCI 2.0, and the feedback from early customers has been great:

“I was able to read the docs and upgraded one of our projects to CircleCI 2.0. The results are incredibly promising, to say the least. Build times went from 4 minutes to 1.5 minutes. With a tweak to run our tests in parallel mode, I was even able to drop the build time to 45 seconds.” - Mobify

“Just tried CircleCI 2.0 beta - blown away by how much faster it is!” - @burkhardr

“Today’s experience with 2.0 - my setup was so fast that I had to explicitly wait for ElasticSearch to start properly before running tests.” - @blamefrost

All orgs and projects who have requested access are now allowed, ensuring they can build on 2.0. You can read about the features in 2.0 here:

CircleCI 2.0 is still in beta, and we will continue to add additional features in the coming weeks, including the ability to SSH into builds and inference.

Update: As of July 11, 2017, CircleCI 2.0 is out of beta and publicly available. To start building with 2.0 click

Getting started

We’ve added Docs for CircleCI 2.0, and have re-located them from our Discuss forums. Documentation for 2.0 includes references for our new configuration and demo apps to get you started.

Here are few helpful resources:

Have questions?

Take a look at our new and improved docs for 2.0, and please contribute to our public Discuss forum. Organizations on a paid CircleCI plan can also file support tickets via the help icon in the bottom right corner of their build pages.