Buddy is a smart CI/CD tool for web developers which help them easily define their own delivery process just like they build a house of bricks: from builds and tests, to deployments, custom scripts, and website monitoring. The pipelines are created with over 100 ready-to-use actions.
- Deployment Management
- Native Docker support
- Compatibility with services and databases
- Native integration with all Git providers
- Bidder Management
- Collaboration Tools
- Source Control
- Deployment Management
- Web App Development
- Testing Management
- Quality Assurance Management
- Change Management
- Permission Management
- Configuration Management
- Build Log
- Deployment: Cloud Based, Web Based, SaaS Based, Installed - Mac, Installed - Windows, Android
- In Person
- Live Online
- Live Support
- Business Hours
Company Name: Buddy
Buddy makes automation easy for developers who are not IT administrators. Unlike that of some of the other automation platforms, the available presets and hints that each pipeline comes with allows you to develop and customize your deployments and testing with very little learning curve. I would say that I love the user-interface and user-experience the most. The visual representations and animations make the tool feel more complete and polished than some of the competitors.
There is no proper documentation or training videos on this tool. Though its easy to setup some part of it, sometimes its really hard to find the help and configure something custom.
Very regular software updates, adding great new features all of the time – Decent UI that allows us to do everything we need. YAML configuration available to those who don’t want it – Sensibly priced, self hosted option for those who want to keep it in-house – Good integration with all of the tools we use and more
Buddy has great documentation which helped me, essentially a beginner to DevOps set up my own automated CI/CD pipelines. Love the free option. This helps junior developers like me immensely.
It’s extremely simple and straightforward to set up your deployment. It takes just a few clicks and has very easy to use UI. As someone who hates configuring things in a YML file it’s extremely helpful to have everything be done and setup with integrations with third-party platforms like Amazon or Slack. They provide a huge amount of integrations and you can request them and it seems they are really responsive on the support side. Overall Buddy is my favorite tool for CI at the moment and will be using it for my next few projects.