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The fact that Shippable runs inside of Docker means that it keeps a persistent state and every build will not have to revert to initial state where it needs to install every dependency from the ground up. Classic CI tools that run on virtual machines need to reset their environment every time and every time install the gems, packages and services needed. See More
Currently, Shippable does not allow for build artifacts to be natively deployed to S3. This can be gotten around, however it is a rather large hole when compared to Travis. In order to deploy to S3 you have to add a couple of lines to the yml file. For example: env: global: #secure variable contains values for AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID and AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY - secure: HKwYujx/qmsyQQdHvR2myu8HLUDtcLeDyYV149YJuxIV4J7Hk3SxeY8X3D6aTlR8mvMnd/ZFY+tGNUh4G0xtLLjjZcPsBgvFlB build: on_success: - aws s3 sync $SHIPPABLE_BUILD_DIR "s3://bucket_name" --region "us-east-1" See More
Shippable runs inside Docker containers. Docker has some specific security measures which may or may not become a hindrance in using Shippable. It may be harder for users who are not very comfortable with a Linux container environment and that can create some security problems. Even for more advanced users, it's still something more that they have to address while using Shippable. See More
Shippable is built using Docker, a popular open source Linux container. It was originally built using it's own container but when that started to become too complex, they switched to using Docker. Since the beginning Shippable was different from other CI tools because while Shippable uses a container (Docker), traditionally CI tools have used virtual machines to manage their workloads. See More
Support for e-mail, HipChat, Slack, Campfire, Flowdock, Grove, Webhook, Github Status API. Support for Ruby, Python, Node, Dart, PHP, Java, Scala, Groovy, Clojure, Go. Support for: PostgreSQL, MySQL, MongoDB, Redis, Memcached, ElasticSearch, SQLite. See More
Maestro is a full container management service. With support for containers (backed by Kubernetes) and complete with support for non-container parts of your infrastructure including firewalls and network, databases (provisioning, monitoring, backups and replication), security and ACL access control, OS and server level security monitoring, deployment workflow management, and native DB and storage components and more. See More
Skycap is a container native CI/CD solution that allows you to build your image from the source code in a reliable and repeatable way. It takes your code from your git repository and runs your docker build workflow step by step. It can produce more than one image and comes complete with an intuitive UI and private Docker repository. See More
Cloud 66 for Rails builds, manages and maintains your Rails applications that can be deployed to any cloud provider or to your own server. It helps you scale your database with master-slave replication, without having to make any configuration changes. You can add back-ups, load balancers and de-commission servers with a single click. See More
Storage:Integrated with major Data services: MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, Redis, Memcached, ElasticSearch.
API:Check our page for more info: http://developers.cloud66.com/
Features:Failover Groups, Command line and API, LiveLogs, ActiveProtect, Infrastructure Inventory, Team Access Control, Deployment Engine, BuildGrid, ContainerNet, Backups and Replications, Database Management and more
sucks:yes it does
CircleCI can be connected to any project that is hosted on GitHub by logging in using the GitHub OAuth and adding the desired repository. Whenever a new commit is pushed to GitHub, CircleCI runs the tests that have been already defined and if none of them fails, the build is deployed to the runtime environment. See More
Circle CI's web UI is clean and easy to use. It gives all the information for a single build in a feed and gives the explanation for each step of the build, what it's doing and what the step is related to. On the top it displays author information and the time and date when the build was started and finished. This is all done by giving only the most essential information without clogging the screen. See More
Support for Heroku, AWS, Engine Yard, dotCloud, Fabric, Nodejitsu, AppFog, Capistrano, Rockspace, Joynet. Integration with Heroku is solid with the ability to automatically deploy or merge branches. CircleCI is also very flexible with the deployment arrangement allowing SSH key management, deployment freedom including directly to a PaaS, using Capistrano, Fabric, arbitrary bash commands, or by auto-merging to another branch, or packaging code up to S3. See More
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