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DeployBot vs Google Cloud Build: What are the differences?

What is DeployBot? Instantly deploy from Github, Bitbucket, or Gitlab without complex scripts, commands or configs. DeployBot makes it simple to deploy your work anywhere. You can compile or process your code in a Docker container on our infrastructure, and we'll copy it to your servers once everything has been successfully built.

What is Google Cloud Build? Continuously build, test, and deploy. Cloud Build lets you build software quickly across all languages. Get complete control over defining custom workflows for building, testing, and deploying across multiple environments such as VMs, serverless, Kubernetes, or Firebase.

DeployBot and Google Cloud Build belong to "Continuous Deployment" category of the tech stack.

Some of the features offered by DeployBot are:

  • Manually deploy with a click in the app, automatically deploy on each push, or use deploy tags in a commit [deploy:production].
  • DeployBot gathers new and changed files from your repositories since the last deployment. You can even preview the changes first.
  • Files are uploaded, SSH commands are executed and deployment hooks are triggered. Everything is logged for you.

On the other hand, Google Cloud Build provides the following key features:

  • Commit to deploy in minutes
  • Choose what to build
  • Extremely fast builds

Sellsuki, Edify, and Mark & Phil are some of the popular companies that use DeployBot, whereas Google Cloud Build is used by Policygenius, 8villages, and Autingo. DeployBot has a broader approval, being mentioned in 37 company stacks & 6 developers stacks; compared to Google Cloud Build, which is listed in 10 company stacks and 6 developer stacks.

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Pros of DeployBot
Pros of Google Cloud Build
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    Easy setup
  • 20
    Seamless integrations
  • 17
    Free
  • 10
    Rocks
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    Docker
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    Container based
  • 1
    GCP easy integration

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Cons of DeployBot
Cons of Google Cloud Build
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    Not reliable
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    Vendor lock-in

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What is DeployBot?

DeployBot makes it simple to deploy your work anywhere. You can compile or process your code in a Docker container on our infrastructure, and we'll copy it to your servers once everything has been successfully built.

What is Google Cloud Build?

Cloud Build lets you build software quickly across all languages. Get complete control over defining custom workflows for building, testing, and deploying across multiple environments such as VMs, serverless, Kubernetes, or Firebase.

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What are some alternatives to DeployBot and Google Cloud Build?
Beanstalk
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Buddy
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CodePipeline builds, tests, and deploys your code every time there is a code change, based on the release process models you define.
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