In this video, learn about Codeship, the more developer-friendly CI tool from CloudBees, and how it differs from Jenkins.
- [Instructor] Codeship offers a mixture of options … for getting started with a cloud-based CI/CD system. … The options range from getting started quickly … with a basic version of the product, … to increase control and flexibility with Codeship Pro. … The basic version is focused on getting into CI/CD quickly. … Developers enter their build instructions … in a web-based interface. … And the builds are run on docker containers, … pre-configured for common CI tasks … and programming languages. … With Codeship Pro, developers can use a configuration file … named codeship.yml that is stored in a repository … along with a rest of a project's code. … This offers the advantage of being able … to track changes to the CI/CD commands … along with changes to the project. … Both versions, Codeship Basic and Codeship Pro … can connect to repositories and GitHub, … Bitbucket and GitLab. … Codeship Basic does not support building docker images … as part of the build process, … while Codeship Pro includes native docker support. …
- Key considerations in picking your stack
- The landscape of CI/CD tools
- Self-hosted options such as Jenkins and Bamboo
- SaaS tools such as Travis CI
- Using AWS CodePipeline and CodeBuild
- Tools for code repositories