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Sid Sijbrandij GitLab

How GitLab CI compares with the three variants of Jenkins

Sid Sijbrandij and the team at GitLab compared GitLab CI with the three Jenkins variants. Here's what they learned... The many plugin combinations for Jenkins has made Legacy Jenkins hard to configure and brittle when updating. Cloudbees is introducing two new versions of Jenkins to remedy the problem: Cloud Native Jenkins will start from scratch, while Jenkins Evergreen will focus on a set of essential plugins. GitLab CI adds new functionality in the main code base, avoiding the need for needless configuration and ensuring everything still works when updating. Also to note — according to a recent Forrester report GitLab CI and Jenkins/Cloudbees are two of the four leading products for CI.

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Josh Kalderimis Travis CI Blog

travis-ci.com now supports open source projects

Travis CI announced the merging of their worlds to combine their .org (open source) and .com (paid) efforts under one roof. Smart move! Over time we found two platforms lead to confusion for people using travis-ci.org extensively, or together with travis-ci.com ... when we decided to move our GitHub integration to GitHub Apps at the beginning of this year, we realized it was a great opportunity to dive into merging travis-ci.org and travis-ci.com into a single platform.

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