Codeship is a continuous deployment solution that's focused on being an end-to-end solution for running tests and deploying apps.
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Pro GitHub & Bitbucket integration
Support for public and private GitHub and BitBucket repositories. It also has support for multi-user teams.
Pro Simple deployments with a choice of 5 deployment tools
Support for Capistrano, Fabric, Chef, Puppet, Ansible and allows for writing your own scripts to deploy and manage your infrastructure.
Pro Headless browser support
Alongside latest Chrome and Firefox, Codeship supports the use of Selenium, PhantomJS, CasperJS as well as tools like Capybara.
Pro Support for multiple tools, languages and databases
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.
Pro Build status GIF
There's a continuously updated GIF of the build status of the repository allowing you to determine whether build was successful or not.
Pro Supports 10 hosting providers
Support for Heroku, Engine Yard, Nodejitsu, dotCloud, App Engine, AppFog, Modulus, Openshift, Cloud Foundry, Fortrabbit and you can also run your own script to deploy anywhere.
Pro Supports 7 cloud providers
Support for AWS, Digital Ocean, Rackspace, Google Compute, Joyent, Softlayer, Openstack.
Pro FTP, SFTP, SCP, RSYNC and SSH support
You can use FTP, SFTP, SCP, RSYNC and SSH for Continuous Deployment.
Pro Code Climate & Coveralls support
Con Too many permissions on Bitbucket
When registering with Bitbucket Codeship it requests way to many permissions, even "Read and write to your team's projects and move repositories between them". Before giving all these permissions you have to be sure you can trust this service.