Difference between Bamboo Vs TeamCity Vs CruiseControl
- TC pre-tested commit is good.
- TC integrates to Visual Studio which is our main IDE.
- JetBrains are more focused on supporting .NET builds than Atlassian is, since JetBrains actually has .NET products so they use it internally.
- Support for .Net projects, as well as Java, in the same product (nice if you need it).
- Server-side code coverage analysis (you could get the same results by running EMMA from the Ant build.xml)
- Server-side static code analysis using IDEA inspections (nice but relies on using IDEA for development – Checkstyle and FindBugs could do something similar from Ant).
- Pre-tested commits. Sends your changes to the CI server for building before committing to version control. Your changes are only checked-in if the build succeeds and all tests pass.
- Bamboo JIRA integration is awesome. I wish TeamCity provides that kind of integration.
- Bamboo on the other hand looks like a great tool too. It has so many plugins (just like JIRA). It looks nice as well. I can live without VSTD integration, but I really wanted pre-tested commit. Just a note: I did create a feature request ticket to Atlassian telling them about TC’s pre-tested commit feature.
- “CruiseControl is a framework for a continuous build process.”
- “Bamboo is a continuous integration build server that offers heaps of insight on build processes and patterns via solid reporting metrics.”
- “TeamCity is an innovative, IDE independent, integrated team environment targeted for .NET and Java software developers and their managers.”
- “AnthillPro3 is a third generation Build Management Server.”
Links and Reference:
Atlassion Bamboo Fundamental Tutorial with Demo by Rajesh Kumar – Part-1
Atlassion Bamboo Fundamental Tutorial with Demo by Rajesh Kumar – Part-2
Atlassion Bamboo Fundamental Tutorial with Demo by Rajesh Kumar – Part-3
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