There is a plethora of CI/CD tools available. They’re all designed to do the same basic thing. Their costs are similar (many are free), and they are all, for the most part, easily accessible.
That begs the question: How do you pick which CI/CD tool to use?
I’ll explain in this post. There are five things to keep in mind when choosing the right continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) tool for your projects, which I outline below. I believe if you follow these guidelines, it will enable you to find a tool that meets your team’s needs and budget.
Read more at https://saucelabs.com/blog/choosing-a-ci-cd-tool
Greg Sypolt (@gregsypolt) is Director of Quality Engineering at Gannett | USA Today Network, a Fixate IO Contributor, and co-founder of Quality Element. He is responsible for test automation solutions, test coverage (from unit to end-to-end), and continuous integration across all Gannett | USA Today Network products, and has helped change the testing approach from manual to automated testing across several products at Gannett | USA Today Network. To determine improvements and testing gaps, he conducted a face-to-face interview survey process to understand all product development and deployment processes, testing strategies, tooling, and interactive in-house training programs.