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Ubuntu 24.04 LTS Linux image current release    

Ubuntu 24.04 LTS Linux images have been promoted to the current release. Read the Discuss post. See all available tags.

Images

Ubuntu 24.04 LTS Linux images    

Ubuntu 24.04 LTS Linux images now available for preview. The candidate images for amd64 and arm64 have been published as edge releases. Read the Discuss post.

Images

Introduced an Evals Orb to orchestrate LLM evaluations    

The official CircleCI Evals Orb makes it easy to integrate LLM evaluations into a CI pipeline, and to review evaluation results without context switching. The output of evaluations run through the Evals Orb is stored in CircleCI, and is accessible as a job artifact and as a PR comment added automatically by CircleCI.

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Orbs

Introducing the Usage API    

Get access to all your CircleCI usage data via our Usage API.

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Configuration Translator is available via Developer Hub    

Our configuration translator automates the switch of your GitHub Actions and GitLab pipelines to CircleCI, without requiring a CircleCI user account.

Expression based Context Restrictions    

Expression based context restrictions enable developers to restrict contexts based on pipeline values such as branch, ssh rerun and other attributes of the pipeline. This provides greater control over context access for things like contexts only available to production branches, builds run by specific actors and more. For security concerned and complex workflows customers are able to limit access to contexts to meet their specific security needs.

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Releases now generally available    

With the launch of our release agent 1.0.0, CircleCI releases is now generally available. Installing the release agent in your kubernetes cluster gives users org-wide visibility into all components and releases via the Releases UI.

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Introduce the ability to test run config.yml changes from VS Code (Open Preview)    

CircleCI’s Visual Studio Code extension now lets customers trigger pipelines from VS Code based on local, unversioned configuration files. Users can choose to run a full pipeline, or select only the individual jobs and workflows they want to run by using checkboxes. This will shorten the feedback cycle and enable developers to iterate fast on their configuration, without having to commit their trial and error changes to the VCS.

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Dev tools

Runner 3.0.15    

Container Runner SSH Rerun (Preview)

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Runner

Amazon SageMaker integration for orchestrating model deployment    

Users can now orchestrate their model deployments across multiple environments through the Amazon SageMaker Orb. They can also track and manage their deployments from within the Releases UI.

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Orbs