EngFlow Redefines Building Software Like Never Before
Tired of building and testing codes for hours? EngFlow can eliminate that hassle for you. It can promise you faster builds and tests as it did for Blue River Technology from 3 hours to 20 minutes. Imagine being 9 times faster than your usual schedule!
Having raised a total of $3.7M in funding on October 12, 2021, EngFlow is a SaaS company made to help companies build software in a fast and reliable way. It has a remote execution service that can speed up the software builds ten times or more. The company also provides insights that can be used to optimize tests.
How Remote Execution Promises Faster Builds
EngFlow’s Remote Execution takes pride in helping developers, like you lessen their build and test time. The technology distributes tests and builds to various machines and caches the results to achieve this. It is fully managed or self-managed in the cloud. Developers no longer need to worry about maintenance overhead as the solution can be managed through any cloud or on-prem.
This also means that the user will no longer have to waste time on launching the compiler and re-reading input files. The test and cache results are reused whenever needed as well. The solution is available 99.9% of the time so in the event that the user is self-managing, EngFlow has customer support for assistance.
In the event that there is little load on the Remote Execution cluster, the company can power down machines or add more when needed. The software lets you increase the number of machines to accommodate data and more users.
How the EngFlow Team Made It Happen
Helen Altshuler and Ulf Adams are the founders of EngFlow. Helen led the enterprise of customer onboarding to Bazel at Google. She also co-created BazelCon. Ulf, on the other hand, led the Bazel development and open-sourcing. He was in charge of Bazel and Blaze for 11 years. Together, Helen and Ulf shared their experiences and knowledge to create a company that helps developers with their work.
If those were not enough, EngFlow is backed by startup and top tech leaders like Andreessen Horowitz and firstminute Capital. The company also has partnered with top companies to accommodate more customers in terms of training, support, and migration tooling.
EngFlow has a newsletter for users to get the latest news and updates on the software. The company can be found on social media platforms like Twitter, Linkedin, Youtube, and GitHub. These mediums will connect users to the company faster and even reach out to more potential partners around the world.
How the Overall Services of EngFlow Make It the Ideal Company to Partner With
The SaaS company allows developers to Build and Test UI. This feature will allow the user to find out why the tests and builds fail, share the results with others, review data to discover trends, and analyze runs. Another service is improving Bazel for customers. Take note that EngFlow was founded by the same engineers who developed Bazel which means that EngFlow can improve the Bazel of users, if they have one.
There are two pricing tiers for interested customers: free and enterprise. Free tier comprises of single-machine remote execution, build and test UI, and in-cluster remote caching, among others. The enterprise tier offers remote execution on up to thousands of machines, works with Bazel, Soong, and Goma, and performance boost, and more.
EngFlow can promise you faster builds that standard tools cannot do. With its features, the company can give developers like you more time to be productive or even allow you to have spare time to relax once in a while.