Azure Artifacts vs. Helm

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Azure Artifacts
Score 8.4 out of 10
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Microsoft's Azure Artifacts is a software package management solution.N/A
Helm
Score 8.2 out of 10
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Helm is an open source Kubernetes package manager.N/A
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Azure ArtifactsHelm
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Azure ArtifactsHelm
Free Trial
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Free/Freemium Version
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Premium Consulting/Integration Services
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Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
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Azure ArtifactsHelm
Considered Both Products
Azure Artifacts
Chose Azure Artifacts
Azure Artifact is based on GitHub which is the best artifact at all times. Helm is open source and we may have security concerns. Crucible is a good tool but does not of a lot of support. I prefer that Azure Artifact is a solid product and with a good gene from the GitHub …
Helm

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User Ratings
Azure ArtifactsHelm
Likelihood to Recommend
10.0
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8.2
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User Testimonials
Azure ArtifactsHelm
Likelihood to Recommend
Microsoft
Share codes and packages across the whole organization. We have developers most of the time work from home or overseas like in India. We can test and deploy the package when they deploy the new changes into the Azure Artifacts. Azure Artifact can promote our package to the correct system like DEV, UAT, or Production. It also provides retention policies to automatically clean up expired packages.
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Open Source
If you need to automate the deployment of environments in Kubernetes and these environments should be easily replicable in other regions of your cloud provider or even in other cloud providers, then this is the tool for you. Just be prepared for a certain degree of complexity when creating the charts.
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Pros
Microsoft
  • Security feature on share code efficiently.
  • The built in CI/CD for the software pipeline.
  • Support for most famous build tool like maven and npm.
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Open Source
  • Templates - The ability to create templates is really helpful and help creates a baseline for package management.
  • Rollbacks - it is godsend. Period.
  • Dry-run - This really is helpful when troubleshooting deployments and is great for testing out new charts as well.
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Cons
Microsoft
  • Native artifact format support like docker image
  • Support for APL
  • Support IAM permission
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Open Source
  • concurrent deployments
  • templating values files
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Support Rating
Microsoft
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Open Source
We didn't really need support, but the open-source community seemed responsive and informative when it came to issues. Many cloud native consultancy companies (including ourselves) offer support for Helm.
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Alternatives Considered
Microsoft
Azure Artifact is based on GitHub which is the best artifact at all times. Helm is open source and we may have security concerns. Crucible is a good tool but does not of a lot of support. I prefer that Azure Artifact is a solid product and with a good gene from the GitHub codebase.
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Open Source
We have a natural trending to use what is a reference in its space and Helm has being leader in its area for a long time. Since it has all features we need didn't make sense to us to invest time on researching and testing other alternatives, so Helm was our first and only tool in regards of automating deployments on Kubernetes
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Return on Investment
Microsoft
  • The artifact provide best practice to our software development.
  • Provide a standard way to release the software.
  • The package is immutability which means no one can update it after release.
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Open Source
  • Reduction in human effort.
  • Streamline software versions and upgrades.
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