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From a StackShare Community member: "Currently we use Travis CI and have optimized it as much as we can so our builds are fairly quick. Our boss is all about redundancy so we are looking for another solution to fall back on in case Travis goes down and/or jacks prices way up (they were recently acquired). Could someone recommend which CI we should go with and if they have time, an explanation of how they're different?"

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Distinguished Engineer at Intuit·
Travis CI

As the maintainer of the Karate DSL open-source project - I found Travis CI very easy to integrate into the GitHub workflow and it has been steady sailing for more than 2 years now ! It works well for Java / Apache Maven projects and we were able to configure it to use the latest Oracle JDK as per our needs. Thanks to the Travis CI team for this service to the open-source community !

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Senior Developer at Elegant Themes·

We use CircleCI because of the better value it provides in its plans. I'm sure we could have used Travis just as easily but we found CircleCI's pricing to be more reasonable. In the two years since we signed up, the service has improved. CircleCI is always innovating and iterating on their platform. We have been very satisfied.

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Vlad Khazin
Vlad Khazin
April 19th 2019 at 10:07PM

I prefer CircleCI over Jenkins for the following reasons:

1. each repo has an isolated build container - no web of dependencies to manage

2. no ocean of plugins to configure - all what you need is the yaml file and, maybe, in a custom build image

3. decentralized execution of builds - no master/agents complexity

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Distinguished Engineer at Intuit