The 5 main benefits of switching from Jenkins to cloud CI, a report

Most mobile engineers know that Jenkins was not built with mobile in mind. Maintaining the on-premise hardware easily adds up to at least 10% of a developer’s time. Lost connection, debugging, and waiting for updates can take valuable hours of productivity away from the entire team. 

For this report, we surveyed hundreds of engineers from our userbase and talked to experts in person from companies like EPAM, Nextdoor, Pulselive, Compass, Signify, and many more.

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What you'll learn

Leaving Jenkins behind results in a higher return on investment, thanks to predictability of resource requirements and freed-up capacity. Download the report to assess the impact of migrating your app from Jenkins to a cloud-based CI tool.

Some of our key findings:

  • 89.8% saw a performance increase after moving to a cloud-based CI tool
  • 91.3% said they can spend time on building automation, improving process and performance, or creating new features, instead of firefighting Jenkins
  • Multiple teams reported strengthened DevSecOps processes after the switch