Seed will now automatically queue your builds if the stage is currently busy with another build.

This means that if a build is triggered while a stage is busy, it will queue the new build. And if yet another build is triggered while a build is in the queue; the previously queued build will be skipped and the new build will be queued.

If you were running serverless deploy for your projects, it meant that you would need to wait for a deployment to complete before attempting another. This limits your team’s ability to collaborate on your Serverless projects. Seed greatly simplifies the tooling around Serverless by managing your CI/CD pipeline with little to no configuration.