Nosana’s decentralized engine has the compute options you need to support your development, whether you’re building mobile apps or the next decentralized exchange.
Need native support for images within containers? We can pull from all public repositories.Learn more
Private repos that upload jobs/pipelines to the Nosana Network may want to share secrets that are required to run their jobs with the Nodes that are performing their jobs. This is now possible with the Nosana Secret Manager. Projects can securely store their secrets in a secret manager (hosted by Nosana or you can host your own) and select which secrets the node conducting the job can retrieve per job.Check docs
With our out-of-the-box CI open-source templates, you can get started in minutes. We are always adding new templates to our flow to help you get started on your build, ranging from Node.js to SPL. You can also built your pipeline from the ground up, if necessary.View our templates
If we may say so, our decentralized CI engine is amazing. But don't just take our word for it. Simply put it to the test. With our community market, you can operate your own CI pipelines for free!Test Now
Our decentralized CI engine can be found here.
You’re almost ready to build! Our onboarding flow will guide you through the process of building your first pipeline. Start with approving the Nosana Platform to access your GitHub account, enabling us to install the GitHub app required to run Nosana pipelines.
When you add a pipeline for the first time, a pop-up will appear asking you to let Nosana access your GitHub account.Grant permission and we’ll be able to install the GitHub app necessary to run Nosana pipelines
Add details about your project and make a funding request. Please note we can only host a limited amount of projects on our testnet. And we have to manually approve each project, so bear with us! We’ll email you as soon as we’ve approved your request. Until then, its status will be ‘pending’.