To help you separate fact from fiction, we've gathered the 5 most common misconceptions on using Jenkins for mobile.
Engineering leads know that Jenkins was not built with mobile in mind. In this report, they share all about how their team’s performance increased and the positive changes they experienced after moving to cloud CI.
Some of our most successful users migrated to Bitrise from using an on-premise Jenkins solution. To make the transition easier, we’ve collected some resources you might find helpful before diving in.
Thanks to our out-of-the-box support for all mobile projects and over 320 mobile-specific integrations, you won’t just build better apps, but a better app development process.
Migrating your app from Jenkins to Bitrise will shift the responsibility from your team to our platform, helping you increase:
On Bitrise, there is no need for dedicated engineers to install dependencies, troubleshoot issues, maintain the CI, or the hardware.
All builds start in a clean environment with SSH access, enabling users to find and fix bugs easily. Time saved by eliminating maintenance tasks allows teams to focus on what matters: writing the code.
Treating CI configuration as code makes it easy to manage and share across the mobile teams. Customer secrets and all their sensitive information are stored in an encrypted database.
Bitrise makes the workflows accessible for all, from within an easy-to-use online dashboard, allowing users to easily maintain all projects.
Bitrise helps you eliminate redundancy and reduce risk by handling everything on virtual machines — there is no need to manage user permissions across multiple tools and platforms.
Moreover, our Org plans enable larger teams to further simplify project management, helping them maximize build efficiency across complex projects.
Switching to a different CI/CD platform is a result of a complex decision-making process. To help you understand the main differences and assess the impact of the migration, check out the details of how the main features of Bitrise and Jenkins compare: