Go CD is a CI developed by the company ThoughtWorks. It is available for Windows, OSX, and Linux operating systems. Go CD implements the concept of pipelines which helps in making complex build workflows simple. It is designed from scratch, and hence, it supports pipelines and thereby removes build process blockages by enabling parallel execution of tasks.
Jenkins is a cross-platform open source CI tool written in Java. It offers configuration through both the GUI interface and the console commands. Jenkins is a very flexible tool to use because it offers an extension of features through plugins. Its plugin list is very broad, and one can easily add their own plugins to that list. Furthermore, Jenkins can distribute software builds and test loads on several machines.
9. Travis CI
Travis CI is an open source CI service free for all open source projects hosted on GitHub. Since Travis CI is hosted, it is platform independent. It is configured using Travis.Yml files which contain actionable data. Travis CI supports a variety of software languages, and the build configuration for each of those languages is complete. Travis CI uses virtual machines to create applications.
TeamCity is a Java-based sophisticated CI tool offered by JetBrains. It supports Java,Net and Ruby platforms. TeamCity has a range of free plugins available developed both by JetBrains and third parties. It also offers integration with several IDEs including, Eclipse, IntelliJ IDEA and Visual Studio. Moreover, TeamCity allows simultaneous running of multiple builds and tests in different platforms and environments.
We have all been accustomed with the essential tools required to implement DevOps; one of them is Continuous Integration. Now, the DevOps tools for Continuous Integration have advanced a lot since they were initially developed. The new trend of cloud migration has resulted in many companies offering cloud-hosted solutions that are more user-friendly and economical than traditional self-hosted tools.