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

  2. 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 7 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.
  3. Bamboo is a continuous integration and deployment tool that ties automated builds, tests and releases together in a single workflow.

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

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

    CI/CD pipeline about 3 days ago

    With the movement of DevOps methodologies and Agile culture, a lot of good CI/CD tools are developed. Depending on your favor, you can find one here. In this series, I will use CircleCI.
  6. Bitbucket Pipelines brings continuous integration and delivery to Bitbucket cloud, empowering teams to build, test, and deploy their code.

  7. 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 4 days 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.
  8. Faster Continuous Integration and Deployment with patented auto-parallelization. See results 10 to 80x faster. 14-day free trial.

  9. Continuous Integration For GitHub and Bitbucket That Monitors Your code For Bugs

    Building docker container in docker on Ubuntu 20.04 about 3 months ago

    But I second u/mdedonno comment that you should look at using Kaniko or something similar. Personally I would also recommend evaluating or another more modern and streamlined CI system, IMHO jenkins is a pile of bailing wire and duct tape.
  10. Travel planning made visual, social, and collaborative

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

  12. Test and deploy your applications with ease

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

    Free for dev - list of software (SaaS, PaaS, IaaS, etc.) about 2 months ago: — Free for Open Source, 100 private builds per month.
  14. GitLab has integrated CI to test, build and deploy your code

  15. #1 Continuous Delivery service for Windows

  16. TeamCity is an ultimate Continuous Integration tool for professionals

  17. Continuous integration & delivery for mobile apps made easy. Build, test & release native & cross-platform apps faster with Nevercode. Sign up for free.

  18. Open Source Platform for Running a Private Container Service

    Docker Broke in Half about 20 days ago:

    That's great! Did you use a Kubernetes distribution that's provided by the OS, like MicroK8s ( )? Or perhaps one of the lightweight ones, like K3s ( ) or k0s ( )? Maybe a turnkey one, like RKE ( )? Or did you use something like kubespray ( ) to create a cluster in a semi automated fashion?...
  19. Generate a PHP environment and run it on your cloud with a few clicks.

  20. Continuous Delivery and Collaboration Platform for Docker.

    Free for dev - list of software (SaaS, PaaS, IaaS, etc.) about 2 months ago: — Free-for-Life plan: 1 build, 1 environment, shared servers, unlimited public repos.
  21. The Java PaaS Company