CircleCI Competitors and Alternatives

Read reviews of CircleCI competitors and alternatives
Real User
Software Engineer at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
Jan 24 2018

What is most valuable?

* Configuration management: It is so easy to configure a Jenkins instance. Migrate configuration to a new environment just by copying XML files and setting up new nodes. * Programmable pipelines: In recent versions, Jenkins has a Groovy... more»

How has it helped my organization?

Most obvious: Having builds and test tasks triggered on commit helps not to break the product. From my own experience: We significantly reduced build times of large projects (more than 80k lines of Scala code) using build time on Jenkins as a... more»

What needs improvement?

UI: Jenkins relies on the old version of interface for configuration management. Developer documentation for plugins, plugin development, integrations: Sometimes it’s tricky to do pretty obvious things.
Real User
Software Tools Developer II at a tech vendor with 1,001-5,000 employees
Dec 03 2017

What do you think of JetBrains TeamCity?

Valuable Features Templates Meta-runners Plugins Multiple version control system support REST API support • Improvements to My Organization We can build our code daily and automatically, with email notification for failures. It's easy to move to a new release because of templates and meta-runners, and agent pooling. • Room for Improvement REST API support lacks many features in customization of builds, jobs, and settings.  Also, integration with newer technologies needs improvement. • Use of Solution Three to five years. • Stability Issues Depends on the server host, but it runs on Java so it needs high specs. Otherwise, the website takes a long time to load.  Also, supporting newer technologies is limited. • Scalability Issues You have to clean up old...
Travis CI
Real User
Senior Developer at Code Drop Pty Ltd
Nov 17 2016

What do you think of Travis CI?

Continuous integration is a hot topic across the web right now and most conferences have at least a few devops talks that touch on CI and build tools. They usually go something along the lines of, use Phing with Jenkins and touch on the fact that Jenkins used to be called Hudson, has been around for ever and has a plugin for just about everything. I’m not going to mention Jenkins as we explore a few hosted CI solutions. Hosting Your Own CI Server Managing any server is a timely process and a CI server is no different. Those Jenkins plugins don’t configure themselves. Smalls teams like ours don’t have the resources to commit to managing infrastructure and that is pretty scary when you’re talking about such a crucial aspect of the business. We’ve recently...

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