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The Best Alternatives to Jenkins for Developers

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  1. Jenkins is an open-source continuous integration server with 300+ plugins to support all kinds of software development

    Jenkins Health Advisor by CloudBees Tool Makes Life Easier... about 2 months ago

    Saw this new blog post on which is really cool. Basically it is a free tool that you can use to help make sure your Jenkins system is managed well.
  2. Create, review and deploy code together with GitLab open source git repo management software | GitLab

    Is closed source Github's dominance of the open source code... about 6 days ago:

    GitLab – a web-based Git-repository manager with wiki, issue-tracking features and more Gitea – Gitea is a community managed lightweight code hosting solution written in Go Gogs - A painless self-hosted Git service.
  3. Bamboo is a continuous integration and deployment tool that ties automated builds, tests and releases together in a single workflow.

  4. CircleCI gives web developers powerful Continuous Integration and Deployment with easy setup and maintenance.

    Validating Kubernetes Configurations with Datree about 25 days ago:

    Datree has really good integration with CicleCi, TravisCi, GitHub Actions, GitLab also.
  5. TeamCity is an ultimate Continuous Integration tool for professionals

  6. Focus on writing code. Let Travis CI take care of running your tests and deploying your apps.

    What does a DevOps engineer actually do? about 4 months ago:

    Some other hosted CI products, such as CircleCI and Travis Cl, are completely hosted in the cloud. It is becoming more popular for small organizations to use hosted CI products, as they allow engineering teams to begin continuous integration as soon as possible.
  7. BuildMaster Software is an application release automation software that also specializes in release management. It was designed by Inedo, a software development company. Read more about BuildMaster.

  8. Tens of thousands of agencies, startups and enterprise companies with mobile apps - including Runkeeper, Grindr, Duolingo and more - use Bitrise to automate their way to increased productivity & speed

    Automated Localization: Localazy ❤ about 9 months ago:

    If you haven't heard about yet, it's CD/CI made for mobile apps developers. It has an awesome UI with a visual workflow editor. You just build the automation out of boxes (called steps) and there are many of them made for us, mobile app developers.
  9. Spinnaker is an open source, multi-cloud continuous delivery platform for releasing software changes with high velocity and confidence. Created at Netflix, it has been battle-tested in production by hundreds of teams over millions of deployments.

    Ask HN: Is there a good way to run integration tests on... about about 1 month ago

    Ah, maybe is what you are looking for?
  10. Automated Builds, Tests, and Code Coverage, Automated Deployments and Release Management.

  11. The simplest CI/CD tool ever made, acclaimed by top developers worldwide. It uses delivery pipelines to build, test and deploy software. Pipelines are created with over 100 ready-to-use actions, that can be arranged in any way.

    freemium $75.0 / Monthly

    Learn to push an empty commit about 23 days ago

    For continuous integration, we are using Buddy delivery pipelines which allow us to build, test and deploy applications on a single push to a specific git branch. It helps us to reduce the manual overhead of deploying code to the server and handle all the actions automatically.
  12. Continuous Integration For GitHub and Bitbucket That Monitors Your code For Bugs

    Preview environments with Gitea, Drone and Netlify about 19 days ago

    We're already using Drone CI for a bunch of things like building, testing, linting and releasing. For each PR Drone runs a few pipelines to give us quick feedback about the impact of the changes. In that pipeline, a pipeline builds the frontend. Since the frontend is just a classic SPA, we get a bundle of css, js, images And so forth at the end of that build.
  13. Continuous delivery service for fast and reliable application updates

    A Guide to Stacks and Stages on AWS about 10 days ago:

    The easiest way to manage stages on AWS is by using AWS CodePipeline.
  14. CruiseControl is both a continuous integration tool and an extensible framework for creating a...

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  16. Add continuous integration and deployment to your GitHub repositories in a few minutes.

  17. Codeship is a fast and secure hosted Continuous Delivery platform that scales with your needs.

  18. Buildkite is a platform for running fast, secure, and scalable continuous integration pipelines on your own infrastructure.

    Who did what?!? Keep an eye on changes with PagerDuty Change... about about 1 month ago

    One of the integrations that sends Change Events to PagerDuty is Buildkite. Buildkite is a continuous integration pipeline that allows you to notify PagerDuty with just the information you want to know. Conditional rules allow you to send only what matters.
  19. With its parallel and sequential execution, GoCD can easily configure dependencies for fast feedback and on-demand deployment. GoCD's Value Stream Map lets you track a change from commit to deploy at a glance.

  20. Semaphore is a fully managed, high performance testing and deployment solution for your company. A Continuous Integration tool.

    Continuous Integration for Monorepos about 9 days ago

    A Semaphore account. Click on Sign up with GitHub to create a free trial account.
  21. Microtica powers up developers to work in the Cloud.

    freemium $99.0 / Monthly (Developer Plan)

  22. #1 Continuous Delivery service for Windows