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Abstruse is a continuous integration platform requiring zero or minimal configuration to get started, providing safe testing and deployment environment using Docker containers. It integrates seamlessly with all git hosted services as GitHub, BitBucket, GitLab and gogs.
Quick Start (Video)
Video presents how easy is to install Abstruse CI and run sample build (2mins).
More screenshots can be found here
We saw many projects relying on outdated open source continuous integration (CI) solutions that were widely adopted in the past, but unfortunately cannot answer new requirements from the industry. On the other hand, commercial CI solutions have all this great features (i.e. Travis CI), but they cost money. Hence, numerous organizations decide to cut costs and go with legacy open source CI solutions or not use CI solutions at all. This kills the code quality and increases software maintenance costs. We want to change this and equip developers with the commercial-grade open source CI solution that differentiates from the rest by simplicity, scalability and up-to-date technology stack.
Not convinced yet? We compared Abstruse 1.0.0 with the most popular open source CI platform of all times -- Jenkins 2.60.3 -- and measured the time of execution, CPU and memory consumption while running Java-Design-Patterns 1.17.0 and Angular 5.0.0-beta.7 tests.
We used the following machine for benchmarking: Intel i7-4700HQ @ 2.40GHz CPU, 12GB DDR3 1600 MHz, 256 SSD.
Abstruse vs Jenkins
When testing Java-Design-Patterns 1.17.0 (Figure 1), Abstruse 1.0.0 outperforms Jenkins 2.60.3 by 25.84% in time, 52.36% in CPU consumption and 45.96% in memory use.
When testing Angular 5.0.0-beta.7, Abstruse outperforms Jenkins by 25.84% in time, 6.27% in CPU consumption and 35.49% in memory use.
CPU Usage (%)
Memory Usage (GB)
Figure 1: Testing Java-Design-Patterns 1.17.0 with Abstruse (left) and Jenkins (right).
For more details on benchmarking visit our benchmarking section.
Working with us
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