Compare AWS Amplify Console vs. Puppet Pipelines

AWS Amplify Console is ranked 21st in Release Automation while Puppet Pipelines is ranked 18th in Release Automation. AWS Amplify Console is rated 0, while Puppet Pipelines is rated 0. On the other hand, AWS Amplify Console is most compared with AWS CodeStar, Microsoft Azure DevOps and AWS CodeDeploy, whereas Puppet Pipelines is most compared with Microsoft Azure DevOps.
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21st
out of 33 in Release Automation
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18th
out of 33 in Release Automation
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234
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201
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The AWS Amplify Console is a continuous deployment and hosting service for modern web applications with serverless backends. Modern web applications include single page app frameworks like React, Angular, and Vue, and static-site generators like Jekyll, Hugo, and Gatsby.

Puppet Pipelines simplifies continuous delivery and empowers your developers with easy, self-service automation, so they can deliver applications without delays waiting for anyone else. It automates the build and deployment of your applications - whether they’re traditionally packaged or cloud-native apps running in Kubernetes - and gives you deep visibility and audit trails for every action taken.

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