CodeShip vs GitLab

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Summary

CodeShip is a continuous integration solution that lets you get your builds setup and working in just a few minutes with a simple UI and a turnkey environment. From there, you can grow your projects over time to use more sophisticated workflows and setups.

On February 6, 2018 CodeShip was acquired by Cloudbees.

Response to the CodeShip Comparison Blog Post

CodeShip from Cloudbees created a web page that compared CodeShip Pro to GitLab CI. Our goal is to ensure that the comparison information is as accurate as possible. Below is a list of the items from the CodeShip comparison that were incorrect and GitLab's true capabilities in these areas.

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