DevOps Software

Typically, DevOps is a capability of a variety of other G2 Software categories. See more below to select the

best DevOps Software.

DevOps is more than a singular solution, it is an overarching philosophy that employs multiple software systems. The concept has been developed to bridge the gap between two traditionally siloed teams, development and operations. More specifically, through agile processes, the two teams work together to optimize productivity and deliver better apps and services to customers. As a result of the cross-departmental nature of DevOps, the process requires multiple tools from varying software categories. On the developme
Flosum

Flosum

(159)4.9 out of 5

Flosum

(159)4.9 out of 5

Release Management software for Salesforce

Top DevOps Software Result from Continuous Integration

Also listed in Continuous Delivery, DevOps Platforms


“Amazing Software and Flosum's Team Support.”
What do you like best?

The integration with the Software Cicle Life

I have no issues with Flosum, its a great software and I was pleasure to take the trainnings and certification exams.

Amazing Software and Flosum's Team Support

Amazing Software and Flosum's Team Support

I have no issues with Flosum, its a great software and I was pleasure to take the trainnings and certification exams. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What do you dislike?

I have no issues with Flosum, its a great software and I was pleasure to take the trainnings and certification exams.

I have no issues with Flosum, its a great software and I was pleasure to take the trainnings and certification exams.

Control all the changes, through this software. Control all the changes, through this software.

Control all the changes, through this software.

Control all the changes, through this software. Control all the changes, through this software.

Control all the changes, through this software.

Control all the changes, through this software. Control all the changes, through this software.

Control all the changes, through this software. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

If you want to Delivers and working with DevOps, you need Flosum! Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Control all the changes, through this software. Control all the changes, through this software.

Control all the changes, through this software.

Amazing Software and Flosum's Team Support

Amazing Software and Flosum's Team Support

Control all the changes, through this software. Control all the changes, through this software.

Control all the changes, through this software.

Amazing Software and Flosum's Team Support

Control all the changes, through this software. Control all the changes, through this software.

Control all the changes, through this software.

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Buddy

Buddy

(105)4.6 out of 5

Buddy

(105)4.6 out of 5

Code, build and deploy with no effort

Top DevOps Software Result from Continuous Delivery

Also listed in DevOps Platforms, Continuous Integration, Version Control Hosting


“Beginner friendly”
What do you like best?

Buddy has great documentation which helped me, essentially a beginner to DevOps set up my own automated CI/CD pipelines.

Love the free option. This helps junior developers like me immensely. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What do you dislike?

When I adopt a SAAS platform I would like to see myself using it for the long term. I would like to see a slightly cheaper option in the Pro level. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Buddy will be a good choice for your project(s) and you will not regret it. Give it a try. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

With Buddy I don’t have to worry about FTPing my files every time I want to push up a change. Instead it’s very easy once I set up the pipeline. I feel like I can concentrate on developing more without worrying about how to get my code out there. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

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Gearset

Gearset

(106)4.8 out of 5

Gearset

(106)4.8 out of 5

Gearset is the only Salesforce release management tool focused on making your deployments succeed first time. With Gearset's full suite of modern DevOps features and an easy-t

Top DevOps Software Result from DevOps Platforms

Also listed in Continuous Delivery, Continuous Integration


“Best Devops tool for Salesforce”
What do you like best?

Easy to Setup

No need for a DevOps team for CI/CD

User Voice Portal

Monitoring

Static Code Analysis Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What do you dislike?

User Voice feedback to feature release process is too slow

Data Deployment feature is not satisfactory Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Improving Release Management

Tracking Test Coverage

Monitoring Org

Deployment Rollbacks

Static Code Analysis - Code Reviews Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

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Bitrise

Bitrise

(147)4.9 out of 5

Bitrise

(147)4.9 out of 5

Bring back the joy of app development! Mobile Continuous Integration & Delivery for your whole team, with dozens of integrations for your favorite services.

Top DevOps Software Result from Continuous Delivery

Also listed in DevOps Platforms, Build Automation, Continuous Integration


“Mobile CI/CD Done Right”
What do you like best?

It's one of the few mobile ci/cd platforms that works well with iOS. It's easy to use, with a simple workflow system and it's withstood the test of time with updates and improvement regularly.

The bottom line is that it is 100% focused on MOBILE as opposed to others who don't have any mobile or just add it as an afterthought. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What do you dislike?

I wish it were able to build faster. This isn't necessarily a problem with the system, but I'd like builds to be faster in the cloud than they would be on my developer desktops. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

If you're considering Bitrise, I'd suggest that you try it out. They have a generous trial program and a free offering as well. It's easy enough to setup for a simple build process to determine if it meets your needs. All in all, you could reasonably explore it within a few hours. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Bitrise helps us solve the CI/CD pipeline for mobile development. Building on the developer desktop for every commit is too costly in resources and time. Bitrise helps us transfer this to the cloud where builds can happen in parallel and also get deployed automatically. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

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GitHub

GitHub

(1,500)4.6 out of 5

GitHub

(1,500)4.6 out of 5

GitHub is the best place to share code with friends, co-workers, classmates, and complete strangers. Over two million people use GitHub to build amazing things together.

Top DevOps Software Result from Version Control Hosting

Also listed in Continuous Delivery, Peer Code Review


“GitHub Review”
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GitLab

GitLab

(289)4.4 out of 5

GitLab

(289)4.4 out of 5

An open source web interface and source control platform based on Git.

Top DevOps Software Result from Version Control Hosting

Also listed in Continuous Delivery, Continuous Integration, Bug Tracking, Peer Code Review, Application Release Orchestration


“A great tool for private and public repositories”
What do you like best?

For open source it's my second favorite tool after Github, for code in an enterprise it's my favorite tool, for anything that is not highly confidential it's the best tool since it can be easily hosted inside an organization and shared companywide without fear of sharing things that should not be shared or worrying about the platform being hacked by an outside attacker. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What do you dislike?

It is a really nice tool for anything that isn't too important, but for code that is critical for product functionality and protected as a trade secret is not an option, it is flexible and very useful with many features, and a system with a lot of features is harder to fully secure. It is a tradeoff I would love to use this for all our internal code, but the possibility of an internal attacker increases with a tool as open and feature rich as GitLab. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Keep your GitLab implementation besides a company intranet and you'll fend against 90% of the attackers. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

All my company code that is not highly confidential goes into GitLab. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

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Semaphore

Semaphore

(127)4.7 out of 5

Semaphore

(127)4.7 out of 5

Semaphore is a hosted continuous integration and deployment service for open source and private projects.

Top DevOps Software Result from Continuous Integration

Also listed in Continuous Delivery, DevOps Platforms, Test Automation


“Semaphore - the next phase in the evolution of CI”
What do you like best?

I've been doing CI/CD for more than 15 years, helping teams start doing it, improve their means to do it, and in general making it *boring*. In other words, removing the drama and headaches that plague poor implementations and letting devs focus on other things. Semaphore v2 is hands-down the best CI product I've used to that end. It's designed by people who really are attuned to what makes good pipelines work and have made that their primary focus.

Semaphore v2 really shines on these points:

* Clutter-free UX and effective pipeline visualizations. Semaphore v1 was great, but didn't do so well here - v2 fixed those problems in a big way. Semaphore also obliterates tools like Jenkins and Bamboo in terms of UX. It's extremely intuitive and easy to navigate.

* Incredibly flexible platform, but without the open-ended bloat of Jenkins. Semaphore is opinionated to a degree, but it's opinionated in just the right ways so that you can't help but to end up with effective CI/CD using a very simple set of well-designed building blocks.

* Parallelism is a first class citizen. You can do pretty much anything you want in parallel, but define serial dependencies if you need them. You can also right-size with the appropriate compute resources at a VERY fine-grained level. All of this makes for a billing and activity model that is very fine-grained and useful - kudos on having excellent UX for these features too

* Easy-to-understand logs and job timings. There's always a desire to improve one's pipelines and this provides just the right information to do so. Rather than just show a raw txt dump (which you *can* get if you really want), logs are visually broken up into sections so you can see how long each part takes to run. You can also easily see which steps (if any) failed. I really do not like sifting through unparsed log output to try and find what broke - Semaphore has solved this problem very elegantly.

* Peerless debug facilities. The ability to attach to running or pristine build containers using a copy-paste terminal command is a killer feature and has saved me many hours of work.

* Useful utilities like the sem CLI and the Toolbox built-in to the platform. The Semaphore team anticipates what developers need, freeing us up to focus on more important things. Also helps keep our pipeline scripts short and sweet.

* Semaphore Secrets is excellent, from a feature point of view. Encryption by default, and we don't need to manage it. Having names of secrets in our pipelines rather than the encrypted secrets themselves is a plus.

* Effective strategy for making builds faster and more reliable by supporting a lot of caching patterns and download mirroring. The recent changes to avoid DockerHub throttling is a great example. Other tools often leave you to fend for yourself on these points and that takes time away from more useful pursuits

* Friction-free integration with Github for users and status checks. This was decent in Semaphore v1, and it's extremely good in v2.

* The support team is AWESOME. they respond quickly and almost always have an answer or a suggestion. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What do you dislike?

Semaphore v2 is still somewhat of a young product and as such there are a few rough spots in terms of features, but they are not nearly enough to make me reconsider using the product as it is today.

Specifically, I found the following things to be a bit rough:

* The artifact tool is a bit tricky, sometimes getting tripped up on certain filenames and not restoring a file to its original location. Fairly easy to work around, but more work than it should be.

* No high-level project health dashboard like we had in Semaphore v1 (or pretty much any tool). We can make dashboards, but they are all very commit-centric which doesn't work as well for managers and architects that just want to keep an eye on the basics

* The permissions model is very rudimentary, and this is a bit of a problem for more security-minded folks. For example, it's not possible to control access to secrets or who can manually deploy code to production. We rely on Github to keep us out of trouble, but I feel like this needs some more development.

* I'm not crazy about all secrets being global - the Semaphore v1 model (global + project secrets) was better IMO for managing large numbers of projects.

* It's not possible to parameterize manual runs. Though best case you don't need this sort of thing in a well-designed CI/CD pipeline, occasionally it's useful for things like hotfixes or rollbacks - exceptional circumstances.

* I can't seem to find a way to navigate the build history for a branch, i.e. scroll through a list of all the commits in order. This is a missing feature that other tools have

* If a pipeline is Stopped abnormally (i.e. neither Passes nor Failed), I have no information to tell me why. I probably should be able to see this info. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Have worked at two companies now using Semaphore to build out pipelines for new AWS serverless projects. The main outputs of this are:

1) We have a hands-off CI/CD solution that Just Works. It requires no dedicated staff to maintain and extending our pipelines (or making new ones) is very easy. Drama-free.

2) It's a great educational tool. It's hard to learn what you need to do to make a solid pipeline fi you've never done it before and often find myself on teams where that's the case. Semaphore is not only a great tool for *building* pipelines, it's also a great tool for teaching people how to build them. The visual pipeline view alone is worth its weight.

3) It is incredibly cost-effective to run Semaphore, for the same reasons it's cost-effective to run serverless - you don't pay for idle. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

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CircleCI

CircleCI

(384)4.4 out of 5

CircleCI

(384)4.4 out of 5

CircleCI gives you all the benefits of continuous integration with none of the headaches of maintaining it.

Top DevOps Software Result from Continuous Integration

Also listed in Continuous Delivery, Build Automation, DevOps Platforms


“Efficient, parallel continuous integration services”
What do you like best?

CircleCI runs multiple, chained CI pipelines for our projects, reporting back at each step. Running code coverage as well makes it easy to keep our systems current and deploy immediately. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What do you dislike?

The lack of proper namespacing makes us a tiny bit uncomfortable with deployments. Anyone with the ability to configure or run a job can extract potentially sensitive credentials from the system. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We use CircleCI to dynamically build and cache Docker containers while also testing our code and, when/if all tests pass, deploy directly to production. Knowing that a deployment only requires a merge means we can trust our system to update itself and focus instead on writing production code. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

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CloudBees CI

CloudBees CI

(247)4.2 out of 5

CloudBees CI

(247)4.2 out of 5

CloudBees provides solutions that enable DevOps teams to respond rapidly to the software delivery needs of the business.

Top DevOps Software Result from Continuous Integration

Also listed in Continuous Delivery, Build Automation, Configuration Management


“The standard in CI/CD - with great advantages of the paid version, but also disadvantages”
What do you like best?

Jenkins is extended by many helpful enterprise plugins like role based access, templates and many more and especially by connecting the various Jenkins to one huge cluster that you can manage and operate like one large Jenkins including trigger and copy artifact. Installed on a cloud system like OpenShift, you can even spin up a new Jenkins with one click. License allows any number of Jenkins instances.

Teams can be onboarded and managed easily with templates.

Automated and quality assured updates of most important plugins make maintenance a lot easier.

Support is professional and fast in most cases. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What do you dislike?

The paid version is quite expensive. The license model was improved - it formerly was per master and executors which could lead to architecture based on license. Today it is better, now based on users (logged in or committing to SCM) , but with high costs per user, which can lead to hight costs very fast or it might lead you to try to limit number of users or switch some projects back to open source Jenkins losing the clustering advantages for these teams.

Changes and bugfixes sometimes can take a long time if they are important for you but not relevant for (many) other customers. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Jenkins, the de facto standard for CI, can be a lot more useful with the enterprise plugins and with the clustering option.

You can manage large projects or many teams and projects a lot better than with one large Jenkins (Jenkinstein) or with many small non-connected ones.

Refactoring is made easier by just moving directories/projects around in the cluster.

Jobs can run as if they were on one large Jenkins (i.e. trigger, copy artifacts etc.) Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

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LaunchDarkly

LaunchDarkly

(30)4.8 out of 5

LaunchDarkly

(30)4.8 out of 5

LaunchDarkly's vision is to eliminate risk for developers and operations teams from the software development cycle. As companies transition to a world built on software, there

Top DevOps Software Result from Feature Management

Also listed in Continuous Delivery, A/B Testing


“Game Changer for Dev and Product Team Release Cycles”
What do you like best?

I've seen many in house solutions to feature toggling. I've even built a few myself. Feature toggling is not a new idea in web dev. Most companies are doing some version of it in their apps today. I'm guessing most are not as well thought out, future ready and extensible as LaunchDarkly. After seeing LaunchDarkly's approach I know mine wasn't. Save your dev teams from reinventing the wheel many times over, try out LD!

LD had all the all the integrations ready to go and easy to setup, no cryptic guides or buggy attempts. Our all integrations worked with little to no fuss.

Their IAM strategy is best in class. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What do you dislike?

It takes some practice for the real power of LaunchDarkly to "click" for everyone within your org. LaunchDarkly takes user context and targeting rules out of the code and into shared admin interfaces, democratizing these controls. It's a huge time saver and reduces friction between dev and product release cycles. This can be a huge paradigm shift for both dev teams and product managers in order to get it right. The LD team has amazing onboarding and training documents, demos and support staff. Don't miss out, use them to educate your teams early and often! Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

1. Code releases ahead of product launches.

2. Demos and sales pitches of new features and products in PROD envs. for 3rd party partnerships. Safe, self service controls for QA, Product and Sales teams.

3. Permanent toggles states for different business channels leveraging common components with slight variations.

4. Wholesale UX flow changes to meet business cases and still maintaining DRY standards in our code. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

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Copado

Copado

(190)4.2 out of 5

Copado

(190)4.2 out of 5

Copado Apps for deployment, testing & backup for salesforce to increase your productivity working from everywhere you want and with any device you use

Top DevOps Software Result from DevOps Platforms

Also listed in Continuous Delivery, Continuous Integration


“So far so good!”
What do you like best?

Copado's UI is clean and intuitive. The pipeline manager is a great bird eye's view of the org's deployment environments, helping you to understand the status of each environment and take action as needed to keep the environments in sync. I also like the ease of making changes to the layout for user stories and the amount of standard fields available. We definitely need to do a better job of leveraging those fields like developer. I also like that you can deploy data to different environments with Copado. There are a lot of features that we could utilize that seem out of the box Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What do you dislike?

Needs more documentation on the success community so that developers are able to understand the metadata type categories and other user story creation components. Also, would like to find documentation easier. There is an error message I get when a developer does not do a recommit on the feature branch. The error is something about a caching issue with Copado. When I try to research that error message I cannot find any good documentation. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Be aware of the success community for copado and leverage it as much as possible. Also be sure to install in a dev sandbox for prototyping. Copado can also help you to provide seed data through the advanced data deployments. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We are solving so many problems by optimizing Copado. Version control, sprints, releases, code review, etc. All of this is in a centralize place making it easier for developers to track the progress of their user stories and helps to achieve continuous deployment while maintaining stability. Visibility to release packages along with Validations helps us to keep production stable. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

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Codefresh

Codefresh

(32)4.8 out of 5

Codefresh

(32)4.8 out of 5

Codefresh manages your complete build, test and deploy pipeline with native support for integration tests

Top DevOps Software Result from Continuous Delivery

Also listed in Build Automation, Continuous Integration


“I forgot about Jenkins when I started Codefresh”
What do you like best?

I had Jenkins background, and it was just a messed. It is good if the project is small, but it gets very messy once you have a lot of plug-ins. I love how clean Codefresh is despite the project size. Whether is a big project or a small project, Codefresh makes pipelines management so much easier, and it's actually FUN to use! Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What do you dislike?

It's very easy to run out of resource. The resource choices are very limited. I think they only have small, mid, and large right now. It would be good if we can custom the resources size to fit a different purpose instead of just 3 choices. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

If you are using Jenkins, and then it is giving you headache, you should try Codefresh. It'll change your perspective about CICD! Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Our CICD process is combined with Github action and Codefresh. We have been using it for about 6 months. The benefit is the stability. It made our release process very smooth. Staging? Prod? No problem just one click away or by scheduled. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

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Platform.sh

Platform.sh

(133)4.6 out of 5

Platform.sh

(133)4.6 out of 5

Platform.sh is a groundbreaking hosting and development tool for web applications. It extends a branch-merge workflow to infrastructure so that every branch can be tested as i

Top DevOps Software Result from Cloud Platform as a Service (PaaS)

Also listed in Managed Hosting, Web Hosting, Build Automation, Continuous Delivery, WebOps Platforms


“Better if you want a quick deployment and easy to learn.”
What do you like best?

The simplicity with which you can do things here are great. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What do you dislike?

little resources to learn if you are new to this. Also Cron jobs cause little issue to web deployment.At first when you set up the platform command on your local you will get some headache because it requires you to have php installed along with some services turned on. Which I think can be improved but since there whole platform is dependent on php so it has to be there or if they can provide an .exe installer to install on windows so it will be great just a simple installer like software has. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

A good platform as a service here you will have a complete control on your machine as if its is your local computer not like others giving you some resources on rent. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

I just came to give a try but it has been best giving you a free computer with no restrictions just do what you want to deploy with in a specific size. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

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Plesk

Plesk

(188)4.3 out of 5

Plesk

(188)4.3 out of 5

Plesk is a cloud-based web hosting control panel that helps run, automate and grow applications, websites and hosting businesses in more than 26 languages across 140 countries

Top DevOps Software Result from WebOps Platforms

Also listed in Continuous Delivery, Cloud Platform as a Service (PaaS), Virtual Private Servers (VPS)


“My go to panel for Windows”
What do you like best?

Love the interface, simple, clean, organized and easy to find your way around. I also like that it is available on both Linux and Windows servers. Which makes it the only panel I use on a windows server. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What do you dislike?

There's not much that I dislike about Plesk. I work extensively with Plesk and cPanel. cPanel does seem to be faster than Plesk in terms of performance, and it is one of the only downsides to Plesk I've come across. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Go for it. I don't think you can go wrong with Plesk, it's only competition is cPanel in my opinion. While choosing between the two comes down to preference of use, if you're working on a Windows server, cPanel is not available there and thus really only leaves one option in that environment that I would choose, which is Plesk. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

The main problems Plesk solves for me are reliable web hosting services such as WordPress management with the WordPress toolkit as well as mail server and database management. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

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Codeship offers hosted continuous integration and deployment for your web apps, including rails, php, python, java or go apps.

Top DevOps Software Result from Continuous Delivery

Also listed in Build Automation, Continuous Integration, DevOps Platforms


UF
“Used CodeShip at my previous company for 3 years. It does its job. Documentation was sufficient.”
What do you like best?

It is fairly consistent and reliable. Out full pipeline does break from time to time, but we've discovered that CodeShip is not at fault. (BitBucket is usually the culprit).

CodeShip has been pretty much set it and forget it, which is great.

Another nice feature is if a build fails, you can SSH into the EC2 instance and have more control with your troubleshooting. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What do you dislike?

Their support was not incredibly helpful the one time we needed to contact them. We were evaluating CodeShip Pro; and they were in a very much sales mode rather than helping us make a proper assessment. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

It is easy to use and well documented, so for the most part, you don't need to reach out to support.

The pricing model could be better. It is based on concurrent builds which is not the most ideal.

The builds run on AWS EC2 instances, and the instance tier is also based on the CodeShip tier. It would be nice if you could have more options to pick and choose. Like having fewer concurrent builds, but a more powerful AWS EC2 instance. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We used CodeShip as part of our CI/CD pipeline. Upon a commit to our repo, it runs tests, creates a build, and deploys it to our environments.

It definitely is a good Dev/Ops tool in terms of getting the job done; but it also gives the devs visibility on the state of their code change. (They can when something failed, they know where to look to fix the problem) Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

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Jenkins

Jenkins

(298)4.3 out of 5

Jenkins

(298)4.3 out of 5

Jenkins is an application that monitors executions of repeated jobs, such as building a software project or jobs run by cron.

Top DevOps Software Result from Continuous Integration

Also listed in Continuous Delivery, DevOps Platforms, Build Automation


“Perfect product”
What do you like best?

Open source Product, open to integrating with a lot of the third parties, it's an easy system to manage all integration platform

Jenkins is open-source software that facilitates the continuous integration of source code thanks to its plugins and its modules which allows keeping 360 supervision of our application from development to production.

It is also presented as a toolbox with its integration logic. We can connect our deliverable with source code management software with deployment servers with Linux and windows system with servers to do automated tests also with the system to do performance tests

Serious to your pipeline system we can keep a global view on the execution of our source code with steps and also we can delegate some validation to groups or to a user

also, it can notify users in case of success or error via slack or email or another communication channel Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What do you dislike?

Update & Installation Plugins, User rights

This open-source openness allows everyone to develop what they need that's why we have a rich encyclopedia with plugins that we will never use also Jenkins has security issues that we need to each time read the new releases and update the current version

If we need to have a good performance we need to install lots of server slave to execute all jobs in parallel Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Good Product for CI/CD Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

One platform to deploy & build multi projects and cross projects with deferent Programmation languages & deferent system Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

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With DevOps Projects, start running your application on any Azure service in just three steps—simply select an application language, a runtime, and an Azure service including

Top DevOps Software Result from Continuous Delivery


“A Great Way to Manage Projects”
What do you like best?

I love the ability to manage projects and see where they are in a timeline. Also the ability to work with teams within the ADO to approve files is a definite plus. It also allows other agile teams to look at our projects to see where we are in the process, so it gives them an idea how long before they start on their portion of the project. The ability to create test plans is also a great feature we use quite a bit. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What do you dislike?

The navigation took some getting used to, some menu items felt like they meant the same thing, but were different. For instance a board tab, but also another one with the same title. It gets a little confusing for someone new to the product. Even after months of use I get stumped on the navigation sometimes. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

It centralizes everything we need to finish the job. For example, it has built in support for things we use like node, .NET, JS, and more. We can create tests, run the test, and deploy all in the same program. It's very convenient in that respect. It's also a place where we can all speak on language instead of some people deploying on one program, and others deploying on another. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

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Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform is a simple way to automate apps and infrastructure. Application Deployment + Configuration Management + Continuous Delivery.

Top DevOps Software Result from Configuration Management

Also listed in Continuous Delivery, DevOps Platforms, Build Automation, Application Release Orchestration, Cloud Infrastructure Automation


“Ansible Automation is Powerful”
What do you like best?

Ansible is designed to be very simple, reliable and consistent. It lets you quickly deploy and easily deploy multitier apps. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What do you dislike?

A new Ansible user will take certain time to understand how to use this platform. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

I used to solve problems regarding deployment of the applications. The benefits of this Ansible automation is once we know how easy it is to manage and configure then it becomes very easy for our next deployments. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

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Automate your builds and deployments with Pipelines so you spend less time with the nuts and bolts and more time being creative

Top DevOps Software Result from Application Release Orchestration

Also listed in Continuous Delivery, DevOps Platforms, ServiceNow Store Apps


“One of the better ways to start your own DevOps/Automation process”
What do you like best?

One of the better entry points going into automation. Learning curve is easier that expected. It's cloud agnostic meaning you are able to do automation not only on Azure but on AWS & GCP as well. It has its very own repository module for versioning. There are ready made templates to get you started with. And a marketplace, for addons that would help you further enhance your pipelines. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What do you dislike?

It's expensive compared to let's say an open source tool like Jenkins. Lacking CLI capabilities as well. Could be better integrated with Github since Microsoft already bought this. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

This is very much recommended to Microsoft dev houses. It provides all the features you'd expect from a DevOps perspective. It doesn't stop non Microsoft dev houses in using this as it is very much agnostic. If you are implementing Agile development workflow, then you are lookin at the right place. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Removing the manual way of deploying and releasing applications. It saves a lot of time by just doing azure pipelines. Severe lack of manpower is also being addressed. No need for administrators doing releases. Developers can now concentrate on just developing and delivering applications. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

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An enterprise-grade server for teams to share code, track work, and ship software — for any language, all in a single package. It’s the perfect complement to your IDE.

Top DevOps Software Result from Continuous Integration

Also listed in Continuous Delivery, Version Control Systems, Build Automation, Peer Code Review, Version Control Hosting


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“Team Foundation server all in one solution to maintain Sprint items and automating build deployment”
What do you like best?

TFS is all in one solution for different tasks like

1. Automating build deployment

2. Creating User stories

3. Creating Dev Tasks

4. Creating Test Cases

5. Logging Bugs

6. Save Search Queries.

Can be used as a software on desktop as well as a URL hosted on server Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What do you dislike?

Nothing specific that i Disliked but there updated interface is little hard to use from UI Prospective. New UI makes search functionality a bit difficult to use but overall a good one to use. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

TFS is easy to use and one stop solution for managing sprint, Dev and QA Related activities. Support is also good in case of any issues. Trial version is also available for evaluation. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We are looking to use a solution for automatic build deployment and maintaining user story, test cases and bugs at one single place thus TFS is a solution.

We can easily link User stories to the test cases and log a bug against that test cases also. Thus help us to track the story, Dev tasks are also clearly visible against a particular user story which in turn help us to manage and track dev tasks also. Review collected by and hosted on G2.com.

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