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We have managed to do that with freshinabox.co.zw, freshmarket.co.zw, bottlestore.co.zw, freshfarm.co.zw and some others
Awesome! Are you using multiple Netlify Sites attached to the same Git Repository but using slightly different ENV vars and/or build commands and/or different publish directories? Sounds like it, just want to make sure I’m following your architecture correctly!
The problem comes, as we add more services (websites) the build times increase as well. While it used to take a few seconds for a change to become live, now the build times have gone up to as 10 minutes (including wait time while other websites are building).
Is there a way to parallelize the build process to that it takes a shorter time?
Hm. Well I think the answers to the first questions I asked will help me understand your issues here, but for starters a Netlify Build is really just a CLI command running in a container, so theoretically there’s nothing stopping you from finding / using a Node / Ruby / etc (whatever language your build runs in) package to help parallelize things? Would need to know a lot more about your stack to help more there…
But on another front, if you’re talking about multiple Netlify Sites building at the same time and waiting for all of them to finish, Netlify does offer concurrent builds (separate sites building at the same time) but that’s one of the primary value-add benefits of different Netlify Tiers. I’d recommend reviewing Netlify’s Pricing to see if that’s the avenue you want to go down.
Hope all of that helps for starters!