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Last week, GitHub presented the new Actions platform with support for CI/CD. As early adopters, we have been using it for our internal core infrastructure CI/CD pipelines.
In this post, we share lessons from our upgrade to the latest Actions release.

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With Now 2.0, we introduced the most powerful and scalable platform for static websites and serverless functions powered by any language or framework
This came at the expense of writing now.json files. Today, we are introducing Zero Config, a conventional and completely backwards-compatible approach to deployment.

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Thanks to our first-class GitHub and GitLab Integrations, you can simply push your code to deploy with ZEIT Now. But what if you wanted to create a deployment not based on change of source code, but another external event, such as an update in CMS content?
Starting today, you can deploy based on any event with Deploy Hooks.

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At ZEIT, we rely heavily on customer feedback to guide our work. In the recent times, our customers have pointed out opportunities to improve on our error pages.
Today, we are thrilled to introduce improved error pages on the entire ZEIT Now platform.

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Whether you live in New York or Kuala Lumpur, your location should not be a barrier to a fast cloud experience. With ZEIT Now, we strive to ensure that everyone, in every corner of the world, can load their websites and applications equally fast.
Today, we are adding an eighth Edge region in North America: YUL1, Montreal (Canada).

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