Continuous Delivery Software


Continuous Delivery Software Overview

What is Continuous Delivery Software?

Continuous Delivery Software enables an approach to development in which code can be deployed quickly and often with minimal downtime for the end user. Typically this means generating software builds in small, repetitive cycles. Unlike continuous deployment, continuous delivery is typically not fully automated, allowing administrators to halt deployments as needed.

Continuous delivery software gives businesses a larger amount of control over their code deployments compared to other options. These deployments are low risk, and on demand, which can help businesses go to market faster with software releases.

Continuous Delivery Software Features & Capabilities

Below are some of the most common features provided by continuous delivery tools.
  • Deliver code from staging to production

  • Create software builds from repositories

  • Manage frequent deployments

  • Build Testing

  • Language Specific Integrations

Continuous Delivery Comparison

When purchasing a continuous delivery tool, consider some of the following factors of each offering before making a final decision.

  1. Supported languages: Some continuous delivery tools specialize in delivering apps built with certain languages, while others take a more generalist approach. If you develop primarily in a few languages, consider a tool that specializes in those languages.

  2. Testing Features: All continuous delivery tools support deployment of code, but some also include testing features so businesses can be sure their code is functioning properly as they build their applications. These features also tend to carry a higher price tag, so consider how much you need them when choosing a continuous delivery tool.

  3. Repositories supported: Consider how your organization stores code now. Some continuous delivery tools have built in support for certain version control tools. Some continuous delivery options even include their own version control.

Continuous Delivery Pricing

Pricing for continuous delivery options depends on the feature set offered by the software. It’s typically offered as a service with a monthly subscription. Smaller businesses with only a few projects may be able to take advantage of free continuous delivery options, but larger businesses should expect to pay at least $70.00 per month, or more if they have many projects or a need for a large amount of cache storage.

Continuous Delivery Products

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Jenkins is an open source automation server. Jenkins provides hundreds of plugins to support building, deploying and automating any project. As an extensible automation server, Jenkins can be used as a simple CI server or turned into a continuous delivery hub for any project.



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GitLab is a complete open-source DevOps platform, delivered as a single application, fundamentally changing the way Development, Security, and Ops teams collaborate and build software. From idea to production, GitLab helps teams improve cycle time from weeks to minutes, reduce development…

Heroku Platform

The Heroku Platform, now from Salesforce, is a platform-as-a-service based on a managed container system, with integrated data services and ecosystem for deploying modern apps. It takes an app-centric approach for software delivery, integrated with developer tools and workflows.…

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Australian company Atlassian offers Bamboo, a continuous integration server.

Apache Tomcat

Tomcat is an open-source web server supported by Apache.

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Octopus Deploy

Australian company Octopus Deploy offers their eponymous automated deployment and release management software that integrates with the user's preferred CI server and adds deployment & ops automation capabilities. Octopus Deploy enables developers, release managers, and operations…

Apache Maven

Apache Maven is an open source build automation tool.


Atlasssian Crucible is a peer review tool for finding bugs and defects in version control tools Subversion, Git, Mercurial, CVS, and Perforce.

Oracle Hudson CI

Oracle acquired and then supported Hudson Continuous Integration through 2016. Oracle no longer updates or supports Hudson. Release (formerly XebiaLabs XL Release) Release, formerly XebiaLabs XL Release, is a release management tool designed for enterprises that enables users to control and track releases, standardize processes, and bake compliance and security into software release pipelines. As a release orchestration tool, Digital.…

Liquibase (formerly Datical)

Liquibase (formerly Datical) is a database schema change automation tool that helps users create a repeatable database CI/CD process across all teams and their apps, from the company of the same name in Austin. The Liquibase Enterprise edition includes a patented tool that forecasts… Continuum Continuum is a continuous delivery platform that connects software planning, development, and delivery, enabling enterprises to understand the value in each step of the release process. Continuum adds context to the release pipeline and creates a link between…

DataKitchen DataOps Platform

The DataKitchen DataOps Platform aims to automate key functions of data development & production workflows so data teams can collaborate, quickly innovate & deliver error-free, on-demand insight. Tool-Agnostic DataOps Platform supports an array of native tooling integrations…


Copado is a Native Full DevOps Solution for Salesforce from the company of the same name in Chicago, designed to support fast, error-free releases. Its value stream maps enable users to visualize a team’s delivery process, identify bottlenecks, and gather metrics and insights on…


​Vercel (made by the creators of Next.js) is a cloud platform for static sites and Serverless Functions for a workflow. It enables developers to host websites and web services that deploy instantly, scale automatically, and requires no supervision, all with no configuration. The…


Memfault is a cloud-based observability platform for connected device debugging, monitoring, and updating, as well as provides solutions for firmware delivery and diagnostics to consumer electronics businesses. Memfault's infrastructure upgrades can be used to reduce risk, decrease…


Flagsmith, from the company of the same name in London, allows users to manage feature flags across web, mobile and server side applications in order to deliver true Continuous Integration and get builds out faster, as well as control who has access to new features. Flagsmtih offers…


Harness, from the company of the same name in San Francisco, is a Continuous Delivery-as-a-Service platform designed to provide a simple, safe and secure way for engineering and DevOps teams to release applications into production. Founded in 2016, Harness uses machine learning…

Frequently Asked Questions

What businesses benefit most from continuous delivery software?

Continuous delivery tools are essential for businesses that need to push updates out fast with minimal downtime. If you don’t update your applications regularly, or you can accept downtime during application updating, a continuous delivery solution is less essential.

Are there free or open source continuous delivery solutions?

There are some free continuous delivery options available, but most are either on a trial basis or are highly limited on uptime or features. For organizations with multiple applications, or that update often, a paid tool may be required

How much to continuous delivery tools cost?

Continuous delivery tools range in price, but businesses should expect to pay at least $70.00 per month. This rate increases as more features, projects, or storage are added.