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Managing Concurrent Builds

Concurrent Builds allow you to build multiple deployments with Vercel simultaneously. Learn how to manage Concurrent Builds on Vercel with this guide.
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Generally, when you make multiple deployments in the same Vercel account, the builds get queued, and only one deployment is built at a time. Concurrent Builds allow you to build multiple deployments with Vercel simultaneously.

Team accounts allow you to increase the number of Concurrent Builds from the Billing section on the Team Settings page, enabling the team to create deployments faster.

You can manage the number of concurrent builds on the Team Settings page, under Billing. Depending on your plan, you can edit the number of slots required for your team.

Setting the Concurrent Builds limit for a Team.

Prioritize Production Builds is available on Enterprise plans

When builds get queued, they are processed in chronological order (FIFO Order). This can delay the production release process if a build has to wait until queued preview deployments are finished.

To ensure that changes to the production environment are prioritized over preview deployments in the queue, you can enable Prioritize Production Builds:

  1. From your Vercel dashboard, select the project you wish to enable it for
  2. Select the Settings tab, and go to the Advanced section of your Project Settings
  3. Under Prioritize Production Builds, toggle the switch to Enabled
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Maximum number of concurrent builds112Custom

You can add a maximum of three concurrent builds during the 14-day free trial . Once you add a payment method, you can upgrade this number to 12 slots.

Last updated on February 6, 2023