Bamboo vs Capistrano: What are the differences?
Developers describe Bamboo as "Tie automated builds, tests, and releases together in a single workflow". Focus on coding and count on Bamboo as your CI and build server! Create multi-stage build plans, set up triggers to start builds upon commits, and assign agents to your critical builds and deployments. On the other hand, Capistrano is detailed as "A remote server automation and deployment tool written in Ruby". Capistrano is a remote server automation tool. It supports the scripting and execution of arbitrary tasks, and includes a set of sane-default deployment workflows.
Bamboo belongs to "Continuous Integration" category of the tech stack, while Capistrano can be primarily classified under "Server Configuration and Automation".
"Integrates with other Atlassian tools" is the primary reason why developers consider Bamboo over the competitors, whereas "Automated deployment with several custom recipes" was stated as the key factor in picking Capistrano.
Capistrano is an open source tool with 11.1K GitHub stars and 1.72K GitHub forks. Here's a link to Capistrano's open source repository on GitHub.
According to the StackShare community, Capistrano has a broader approval, being mentioned in 295 company stacks & 81 developers stacks; compared to Bamboo, which is listed in 61 company stacks and 24 developer stacks.
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Shipit, our deployment tool, is at the heart of Continuous Delivery at Shopify. Shipit is an orchestrator that runs and tracks progress of any deploy script that you provide for a project. It supports deploying to Rubygems, Pip, Heroku and Capistrano out of the box. For us, it's mostly kubernetes-deploy or Capistrano for legacy projects.
We use a slightly tweaked GitHub flow, with feature development going in branches and the master branch being the source of truth for the state of things in production. When your PR is ready, you add it to the Merge Queue in ShipIt. The idea behind the Merge Queue is to control the rate of code that is being merged to master branch. In the busy hours, we have many developers who want to merge the PRs, but at the same time we don't want to introduce too many changes to the system at the same time. Merge Queue limits deploys to 5-10 commits at a time, which makes it easier to identify issues and roll back in case we notice any unexpected behaviour after the deploy.
We use a browser extension to make Merge Queue play nicely with the Merge button on GitHub:
Both Shipit and kubernetes-deploy are open source, and we've heard quite a few success stories from companies who have adopted our flow.
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Ferramenta de integração contínua e entrega contínua. Utilizada para garantir a integridade de toda a aplicação e permitir que todo o serviço esteja atualizado em produção
For deploying to a VPS like DigitalOcean. This pairs nicely with https://github.com/cyrusstoller/gardenbed.
Deployment automation all of the websites and apps are deployed to linux via capistrano.