Azure DevOps and Jenkins are the tools that are used for Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Deployment (CD). Though they look similar, there are some key differences between them. In this article, we are going to point out the key differences between Azure DevOps and Jenkins.
Jenkins vs Azure DevOps
Let’s do a tabular comparison between these two.
|Azure DevOps is a cloud-based CI/CD service from Microsoft. It provides a set of tools for software development that includes tools for source control management and tools for CI/CD automation. Etc. For complete information, check out What is Azure DevOps?.
|An open-source CI/CD tool that you can use on-premises and in the cloud based on your requirements. Extensive support to a number of plugins for different technologies.
|Simple and user-friendly as compared to Jenkins.
|Need to have the technical expertise to configure as compared to AzureDevOps.
|A Cloud-based service.
|You have the provision to use on-premises or cloud.
|A Product from Microsoft.
|An Open source tool.
|It is flexible enough for high customization.
|Provides you with strong security features.
|Can easily integrate with Microsoft Products.
|Supports integration with a wide range of plugins.
|YAML interface Support
|No support for the YAML interface.
Azure DevOps or Jenkins
Still confused about Azure DevOps or Jenkins? If you already use Microsoft Products, tools, and services, go with Azure DevOps. If you wish to use an Open source tool with high customization, more control, and more plugin support, then Jenkins will be a great choice. So it’s all based on your requirements.
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Well, in this article, we have discussed the key differences between Jenkins and Azure DevOps. Both are very well-known tools. Now, the choice is yours. Thanks for reading this article !!!.
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