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Jellyfish allows us to understand the allocation of our efforts without time tracking. We are also able to integrate this platform with our existing ticket tracking system and can see analytics instantly! Jellyfish works well for our teams because it has an opinionated view. Jellyfish understands that the metrics for an engineering team should help you understand what your organization values and is actively working on. We can use Jellyfish in a strategic way compared to other tools like this.
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Almost any workflow and any infrastructure are supported.
Read full review Pros Integration with JIRA. Integration with GitHub. Friendly UI. Easy to read. Read full review Self service single pane of glass for any workflow and infrastructure Complete lifecycle management of your workflow and infrastructure Vendor agnostic cloud, service, application, appliance support Read full review Cons UI and navigation aren't very intuitive and require additional research before being able to use. The individual developer metrics are not very useful and make the interface feel cluttered. Overall, it takes time for the end-user to truly learn how to use the platform and navigate. There is so much information/data available that although the above is a con, we felt it still made sense, despite the learning curve. Read full review Requires SME to get the full ROI first year Requires a culture change for Agile Automation Price could be less (not cheap) Read full review Support Rating
The tool can automate almost any workflow and infrastructure consumption. It has state of the art develop and support with great online training, online full manual set, and a comprehensive support team and network of SIs/VARS that are very qualified.
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The really cool thing about Jellyfish is the integrations that it has with the other tools, which are also very common within the software development industry. Consolidating all this data and being able to see graphs, numbers, and percentages in one place gives you a better way to analyze and define better solutions to improve your software development processes.
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VMware is too hard to use, too expensive to support, and not a full lifecycle tool for workflows and Infrastructure (no support of physical either). AWS or Azure or Google solutions are good if you are only in the cloud and only using their tools. Not good if you have on-prem or non-Cloud based tools/infrastructure. Build it yourself automation frameworks can be good for people with unlimited funds, but they are not the best way to go and missing many capabilities typically.
Read full review Return on Investment Easy setup and takes time to learn, but overall easy to use one you get the hang of it. Strategic roadmapping. Return on Investment increased. Read full review Our customers have an average ROI of less than 6 months. Our customers renew their maintenance almost 100% of the time. It has allowed us to build specific solutions across many use cases enabling us to profit. Read full review ScreenShots Quali CloudShell Screenshots