Jenkins is a fork of Hudson and is a continuous build system for software projects.
- - Jenkins is the most popular Windows, Mac, Linux & Self-Hosted alternative to Parabuild.
- - Jenkins is the most popular Open Source & free alternative to Parabuild.
Travis CI is a leading provider of continuous integration and delivery services and empowers software development teams to test and deploy their applications with confidence. Teams can easily sync their cloud platform projects with Travis CI to begin testing code in minutes.
- - Travis CI is the most popular Web-based & SaaS alternative to Parabuild.
Travis CI Features
CircleCI provides development teams the confidence to build, test, and deploy—quickly and consistently—across numerous platforms. Built to address the demanding needs of today's application development environments, CircleCI supports every component of a modern application...
TeamCity is a continuous integration and build management system. With TeamCity, you can set up a build server within minutes and enjoy out of the box continuous unit testing, code quality analysis, and early reporting on build problems — even without leaving your favorite IDE.
Earthly is a CI/CD framework that allows you to develop pipelines locally and run them anywhere. Earthly leverages containers for the execution of pipelines. This makes them self-contained, repeatable, portable and parallel.
Todays development teams are adopting continuous integration to increase productivity and improve code quality.
- - Bamboo Continuous Integration is the most popular commercial alternative to Parabuild.
Octopus Deploy is a user-friendly release management system for professional .NET developers.
GoCD is an open source continuous delivery server created by ThoughtWorks. GoCD offers businesses a first-class build and deployment engine for complete control and visibility. It was designed for continuous delivery and the concepts essential to this practice are built in at...
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