Semaphore vs Vespene: What are the differences?
Developers describe Semaphore as "The continuous integration and delivery platform powering the world’s best engineering teams". Semaphore is the fastest continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) platform on the market, powering the world’s best engineering teams. On the other hand, Vespene is detailed as "*Python CI/CD and automation server written in Django *". Vespene is a modern, streamlined build and self-service automation platform. Vespene is designed to combat chaos in complex software development and operations environments. As you might expect of any build system, builds can be launched manually, triggered from commits with Webhooks, or set off on timers with Scheduling.
Semaphore and Vespene can be categorized as "Continuous Integration" tools.
Vespene is an open source tool with 699 GitHub stars and 83 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Vespene's open source repository on GitHub.
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When it comes to continuous Integration services, the choice is hard. There are several solutions available and it looks like the dev scene is very split. We've read and reviewed several solutions and we ended up making the choice between Codeship and Semaphore . Although Semaphore is used by slightly more developers, we've experienced a faster and easy flow using Codeship. Both do integrate Slack and GitHub very well, so this is not a point to set them apart. Both have a complex pricing system that is not that easy to calculate and predict. However, out in the wild, we found Codeship to have a better price point at heavy use.