Automation is something that you should not ignore. Efficiency can be effectively enhanced if you know how to apply automation. Improving the performance and reducing the time needed for a task are goals that you should have. We have some automated deployment tools that should help you.
- Octopus Deploy
If you are looking to automate deployment for .NET applications, you should consider installing Octopus Deploy. It is possible to host an instance in Azure or install it on a server. . . .
- Microsoft Visual Studio
As you already know, Microsoft products can be trusted. The Visual Studio is one of them, and it comes with plenty of features. As a user you are able to run automation, release definitions or track releases. There are many other features available and you should give them a try. . . .
You can use this tool with any physical server or cloud. Distelli was founded by Rahul Singh, who is the former employee of AWS. Distelli handlest Kubernetes Clusters best.
- IBM UrbanCode
UrbanCode is a platform that was bought by IBM five years ago. This should represent a proof of its efficiency. UrbanCode can be used to automate deployment to cloud environments or on-premise.
This tool is used by some important companies, such as Adobe, Netflix and LinkedIn. Gradle uses build-by-convention frameworks and it uses Groovy build scripts.
- XL Deploy
This automation tool comes from Xebia Labs and it comes with an agentless architecture. XL Deploy is also known for supporting a wide range of environments, as well as numerous plugins.
The description for BuildBot is “framework with batteries included”. One great thing about it is the fact that it is quite flexible, unlike many other similar tools. This CI framework is Python-based and open source.
This deployment tool is well known for its scriptability, and its API is something Capistrano is proud of. The tool is programmed in Ruby.
The Bamboo server was made by those at Atlassian, the same people who made Confluence and Jira. Its small teams package donates everything to the Room to Read charity.
This tool offers you everything you need, from reliability, flexibility and speed. CircleCI supports various applications and languages.
Like the name suggests, GoCD, uses a CD server. This project is an open source one and it is sponsored by ThoughtWorks, Inc.
- Travis CI
This tool is available for free for all open source projects. Additionally, Travis CI comes with automated testing, as well as automated deployment. We should also add that it is possible to sync your GitHub account with it.
ElecticFlow offers support for numerous Groovy-based CLI, APIs and DSL, as well as various plugins. This release automation tool comes with a free version as well. The community edition can be run on VirtualBox.
- IBM UrbanCode
UrbanCode was bought by IBM five years ago, which should represent a proof of its efficiency. This tool makes the deployment to cloud environments or on-premise automatic.
- AWS CodeDeploy
This automated deployment tool belongs to Amazon. If you take a look at its list of customers you will see plenty of big names.
This CI server comes from Jet Brains. TeamCity offers official Docker images for agents and servers and it has multiple smart configuration features.
DeployBot offers both manual or automatic deployments to different environments. You can connect it with any Git repository and it also comes with various integrations.
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