What is Concourse?
Concourse's principles reduce the risk of switching to and from Concourse, by encouraging practices that decouple your project from your CI's little details, and keeping all configuration in declarative files that can be checked into version control.
Concourse is a tool in the Continuous Integration category of a tech stack.
Concourse is an open source tool with 5.7K GitHub stars and 718 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Concourse's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Concourse?
38 companies reportedly use Concourse in their tech stacks, including DigitalOcean, HelloFresh.com, and Starbucks.
178 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Concourse.
Pros of Concourse
Simple configuration management
You have to do everything
Concourse Alternatives & Comparisons
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