Use the Tools You Want, However You Want to Use Them.

Eliminate the problems caused by monolithic DevOps tools that force you to do things their way. BuildMaster provides a direct link to source control so you can use whatever tool you want, in whatever configuration you want.

Leverage Easy Parallel Development to Work Beyond the Current Release

Escape the sprint cycle trap by automating the integration of parallel development branches into a single deployment pipeline.

BuildMaster gives you full flexibility and control over all code branches, so you can customize the logic for each branch type and create customized workflows.

Enterprise Brands Use BuildMaster for CI/CD

Create a Free Account

Tag Code Revision Numbers

Separate build and deploy systems make it impossible to know production versions prior to release. But if you tag every commit in your CI server, you lose the benefits of tagging.

BuildMaster brings all your systems under one roof, allowing to tag commits right after you deploy to production by adding a simple operation tag into your source code. The historical relationship between revision numbers and production versions is now automatically indexed and easily
searchable.

Get Code From Source Control at Will

CI servers don’t implement anything programmatically; there is just a built-in feature to grab source control at the beginning of a build.

With BuildMaster, you can get code at any point in the process — you have the flexibility to choose the order of operations for what makes sense for every unique use case.

Create Free BuildMaster Account

Make It Easy to Have One Application Use Multiple Source Control Systems

CI sever tools only conceptualize a one-to-one match between applications, projects, and source code – but in reality, your applications have their source control spread across two (or more) different repositories. Fulfilling change requests requires a whole bunch of projects or custom scripts.

BuildMaster does not require you to tie projects to source control at all, so you can use simpler configurations to build more complex applications and orchestrate more complex automation.