IBM Rational Build Forge is an adaptive execution framework that helps automate and standardize the software assembly process. Rational Build Forge helps teams standardize repetitive tasks, improve software quality and manage compliance mandates. This software scales to 25 seats. Rational Build Forge delivers: Flexibility - gives developers self-service access to preconfigured build processes from within their integrated development environment (IDE). You can add IBM Rational software products to further enhance automation, reporting and integration. Productivity - accelerates build and release cycles through iterative development, parallel processes and efficient use of hardware. Compliance - simplifies compliance management with self-documenting audit trails and role-based security. Compatibility - increases team efficiency with centralized build and release management using the tools you have today.
JRebel is a JVM Java Agent that integrates with application servers, making classes reloadable with existing class loaders. Only changed classes are recompiled and instantly reloaded in the running application. JRebel plugs into IDEs and build systems. Classes and static resources are loaded straight from the workspace.
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IBM Rational Build Forge is ranked 6th in Build Automation with 1 review while JRebel is ranked 23rd in Build Automation. IBM Rational Build Forge is rated 10.0, while JRebel is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of IBM Rational Build Forge writes "Great reporting features and very functional". On the other hand, IBM Rational Build Forge is most compared with Jenkins, Bamboo and CircleCI, whereas JRebel is most compared with .
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