What do you like best?
It is really, really simple to set up and to get started, the interface is clean and simple.
It runs fine even on really cheap machines
I think it is perfectly suited for small/medium business
Excellent hackability, via the plugin system.
I would recommend it as a first step in the continuous integration worldI would recommend it as a first step in the continuous integration world
What do you dislike?
It's kind of buggy. Actually I never encountered critical, showstopper bugs, but rather an amount of small and annoying little bugs. For example I had to activate debug strings in order to understand why bitbucket integration did not work.
It is also subject to some regressions in bugs, especially on the angular frontend
Could be better documented, as I found myself teaching the same things over and over to our programmers.
The plugin ecosystem is rather small,
Recommendations to others considering the product
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What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
As now it is our tool for managing testing and deployment of our applications.
We moved from scripted (grunt) testing and build solutions to a centralized system with slack notification in a couple of days.