What is Vespene?
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.
Vespene is a tool in the Continuous Integration category of a tech stack.
Vespene is an open source tool with 684 GitHub stars and 79 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Vespene's open source repository on GitHub
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