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Pricing

 
Enterprise
From $1,999
Basic Tower
$5,000
per year
 
Build Agent
$299
Enterprise Tower
$10,000
per year
 
Professional
FREE
Premium Tower
$14,000
per year
 
Discounted and complimentary licenses
FREE
for Open Source projects
 
Free Trial Unavailable
Free Trial
Free Trial
Jenkins
Free Trial Unavailable
TeamCity
Enterprise
From $1,999
Build Agent
$299
Professional
FREE
Discounted and complimentary licenses
FREE for Open Source projects
Free Trial
Ansible
Basic Tower
$5,000per year
Enterprise Tower
$10,000per year
Premium Tower
$14,000per year
Free Trial

Ratings

Meets Requirements
Meets Requirements
8.7
8.8
9.0
Ease of Use
Ease of Use
7.6
8.0
8.7
Ease of Setup
Ease of Setup
7.5
7.3
8.9
Ease of Admin
Ease of Admin
7.5
7.8
8.8
Quality of Support
Quality of Support
7.4
8.1
8.0
Ease of Doing Business With
Ease of Doing Business With
8.0
7.6
8.4
Product Direction (% positive)
Product Direction (% positive)
7.4
7.7
9.2
Meets Requirements
Jenkins
8.7
TeamCity
8.8
Ansible
9.0
Ease of Use
Jenkins
7.6
TeamCity
8.0
Ansible
8.7
Ease of Setup
Jenkins
7.5
TeamCity
7.3
Ansible
8.9
Ease of Admin
Jenkins
7.5
TeamCity
7.8
Ansible
8.8
Quality of Support
Jenkins
7.4
TeamCity
8.1
Ansible
8.0
Ease of Doing Business With
Jenkins
8.0
TeamCity
7.6
Ansible
8.4
Product Direction (% positive)
Jenkins
7.4
TeamCity
7.7
Ansible
9.2

Reviewers' Company Size

Small-Business (50 or fewer emp.)
Small-Business
(50 or fewer emp.)
23.5%
30.2%
25.8%
Mid-Market (51-1000 emp.)
Mid-Market
(51-1000 emp.)
38.2%
43.4%
35.5%
Enterprise (> 1000 emp.)
Enterprise
(> 1000 emp.)
38.2%
26.4%
38.7%
Jenkins
Small-Business
23.5%
Mid-Market
38.2%
Enterprise
38.2%
TeamCity
Small-Business
30.2%
Mid-Market
43.4%
Enterprise
26.4%
Ansible
Small-Business
25.8%
Mid-Market
35.5%
Enterprise
38.7%

Reviewers' Industry

 
Information Technology and Services
30.3%
Computer Software
21.7%
Information Technology and Services
37.1%
 
Computer Software
18.7%
Information Technology and Services
15.0%
Computer Software
14.3%
 
Internet
10.8%
Internet
13.3%
Internet
12.9%
 
Financial Services
3.6%
Marketing and Advertising
6.7%
Telecommunications
11.4%
 
Telecommunications
2.8%
Gambling & Casinos
5.0%
Research
2.9%
 
Other
33.9%
Other
38.3%
Other
21.4%
Jenkins
Information Technology and Services
30.3%
Computer Software
18.7%
Internet
10.8%
Financial Services
3.6%
Telecommunications
2.8%
Other
33.9%
TeamCity
Computer Software
21.7%
Information Technology and Services
15.0%
Internet
13.3%
Marketing and Advertising
6.7%
Gambling & Casinos
5.0%
Other
38.3%
Ansible
Information Technology and Services
37.1%
Computer Software
14.3%
Internet
12.9%
Telecommunications
11.4%
Research
2.9%
Other
21.4%

Reviews

Most Helpful Favorable Review
Most Helpful Favorable Review
G2 User in Computer Software

The ease of setup and configuration of new builds. I love the ability to copy builds to create new ones.

Mariellen P.
User in Computer Software

Well defined workflow. Up and running within minutes. The dashboard is easy to setup and configure your own preferences. Supports many languages and plug-ins.

Michael B.
Administrator in Information Technology and Services

I previously used Puppet. While Puppet is great, Ansible (and Salt) is even better. Getting to where Puppet was actually configuring servers took several days. I had Ansible configuring user account on servers in an hour of using Ansible. The Ansible...

Most Helpful Critical Review
Most Helpful Critical Review
G2 User in Internet

Markup. All the configuration is stored in XML, which imho is overkill for what Jenkins does. It also makes version control awkward. I really wish I could use git to keep track of versions of jobs and also as deployment method. Linux sys admins tend to live...

João M.
Administrator in Internet

Lacks some plugins, and the interface is a bit old.

Piyush J.
User in Telecommunications

Havent worked deeply on Ansible to figure out the downfall of the tool.

 
Jenkins
Most Helpful Favorable Review
G2 User in Computer Software

The ease of setup and configuration of new builds. I love the ability to copy builds to create new ones.

Most Helpful Critical Review
G2 User in Internet

Markup. All the configuration is stored in XML, which imho is overkill for what Jenkins does. It also makes version control awkward. I really wish I could use git to keep track of versions of jobs and also as deployment method. Linux sys admins tend to live...

TeamCity
Most Helpful Favorable Review
Mariellen P.
User in Computer Software

Well defined workflow. Up and running within minutes. The dashboard is easy to setup and configure your own preferences. Supports many languages and plug-ins.

Most Helpful Critical Review
João M.
Administrator in Internet

Lacks some plugins, and the interface is a bit old.

Ansible
Most Helpful Favorable Review
Michael B.
Administrator in Information Technology and Services

I previously used Puppet. While Puppet is great, Ansible (and Salt) is even better. Getting to where Puppet was actually configuring servers took several days. I had Ansible configuring user account on servers in an hour of using Ansible. The Ansible...

Most Helpful Critical Review
Piyush J.
User in Telecommunications

Havent worked deeply on Ansible to figure out the downfall of the tool.

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