When comparing Bitrise vs Rancher, the Slant community recommends Bitrise for most people. In the question“What are the best Continuous Integration services with Docker support?” Bitrise is ranked 8th while Rancher is ranked 10th. The most important reason people chose Bitrise is:
Webhook server is also [open source](https://github.com/bitrise-io/bitrise-webhooks).
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Pro GitHub and Bitbucket integration, also supports other Git services
Webhook server is also open source.
Pro Free plan available
Pro Visual configuration editor
The configuration can be specified without the need to change the code repository
Pro Dozens of service integrations
Pro Quick setup
Automatic repository scanner, to generate a base configuration.
Pro Access control polices
Detailed role-based access control policies can be defined independently for each cluster.
Pro Web GUI cluster management
Intuitive and easy to use web gui.
Pro Self-service application stack for self-monitoring
Great contributions from the co community who build the service stack catalog.
One of them is the "Prometheus" template which deploys a collection of containers for monitoring a platform. It's capable of querying all aspects of your environment with some nice pre-built dashboards.
Pro Service catalog is easy
Rancher provides a catalog of application templates that make it easy to deploy complex stacks.
- Rancher certified catalog
- Community service catalog
Pro Mult-environment cluster system
- Cattle (Rancher default)