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Continuous Integration, Delivery, and Deployment by Sander Rossel

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CI server

Your builds are automated using some sort of CI server. Popular CI server software includes Jenkins (formerly Hudson), Team Foundation Server (TFS), CruiseControl, and Bamboo. Each CI server has its own pros and cons. TFS, for example, is the Microsoft CI server and works well with .NET (C#, VB.NET, and F#) and integrates with Visual Studio. The free version only has limited features for only small teams. Bamboo is the Atlassian CI server and, thus, works well with JIRA and BitBucket. Like TFS, Bamboo is not free. Jenkins is open source and free to use. It works well for Java, in which Jenkins itself was built, and works with plugins. There are a lot of other CI servers, all with their own pros and cons, but the thing they all have ...

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