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Concourse CI is a CI/CD tool which enables builds that run in containers.

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"Lightweight and versatile"

What do you like best?

I like how fast you can build new pipeline for any project. Docker containers that are designed specifically to suit your application. Integration with Microsoft Team makes it really great. as you can track build status in Microsoft teams. and last but not least the time it takes to build is amazing.

What do you dislike?

While building complex pipelines, its not easy to keep your code in multiple yml files and then include in main file without committing. This is the major issue I faced, as I have to commit small changes every time before I can test.

another problem is that its hard to find perfect docker for your application if you are using multiple libraries. but for basic apps its really good.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

we are using concourse to move all our sprint boot applications on PCF. its super fast during deployment like 3-4 minutes.

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"Best Pipeline management app"

What do you like best?

The easiest way to create a virtualized pipeline to help do jobs sequentially. Pipeline configuration is visualized in the web UI. By only one click, it show pass and failed status. Failed status also shows why it is failed. Everything runs inside a container which keeps my environment clean and clear.

What do you dislike?

One thing I would like them to improve is branching within a pipeline.

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Branching in Pipeline

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

I have created my application pipeline which helps to deploy code to different environments with fashion: Code>> Unit test>>Deploy to lower environment>> Test>> Deploy to upper environment.

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"Open Source CI"

What do you like best?

a) open source and container based architecture

b) pipeline based configuration using yml scripting language.

c) Fly binary is available to setup pipeline

d) good alternative to jenkin. Easy to modify jobs.

What do you dislike?

concourse is relatively new. Not much support is available. initially it takes time to learn scripting.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

I use concourse pipeline for continuous integration of microservices jobs. jobs are triggered as soon as code is committed in git and then its deployed. great CI tool for automation.

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