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Edrone is an eCommerce CRM solution that assists firms in managing their sales and customer connections. You can now communicate with your consumers more easily than ever before, maximize sales opportunities, and successfully send out messages to do everything from growing newsletter subscriptions to recovering abandoned carts and more with Edrone.

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Positive Comments
  • Verified User in Education ManagementMid-Market(51-1000 emp.)
    Review
    5.0

    Drone.io was a clear standout in Continuous Integration daemon category. It's looks & configuration are simplistic yet very powerful which is a considerable breath of fresh air in a marketplace full of ugly & difficult to use CI products (Cruisecontrol, Jenkins and GoCD to name a few) - excellent documentation - lots of plugins - plenty of active development & investment by the community - great github integration - simplistic & no fuss UI - matrix based builds Drone.io is big into docker, and sadly this is where I feel it's considerably let down by a technology which is still very much evolving & not really ready for prime time. - struggled heavily to have Drone.io work in a stable & reproducible fashion with docker-swarm, even though I had it up & running in a day & it wasn't Drone.io's fault - no parallel jobs (yet) making it hard to scale out a build with a lot of unit tests - docker ... - no current integration with Amazon ECS (though I imagine that there'll be a plugin for it soon) - docker-in-docker is a complete nightmare if you want to create docker images to publish - no ability to use a slave other than docker (at this point) Eventually I had to abandon using Drone.io & was forced to pick Jenkins as a replacement namely because trying to get docker production ready was more trouble than it was worth Do it & if you can't then watch it closely because it's making waves in a market full of really old software & ideas Reduction in build / test time to improve product deployment throughput

  • Guy T.Software Engineer
    Review
    5.0

    Brilliant "one size doesn't fit all" approach allows users to develop the plugins they need. Source control driven configuration. Platform agnostic. The development of the open source tool is active and responsive to user feedback, as well as providing excellent support. There's an ever expanding range of plugins, both through the curated marketplace as well as others writing unofficial ones. The documentation whilst not the most comprehensive covers most basic use cases, whilst the user community are always willing to help and the code base is fairly self documenting to understand how the internals work if needed. The developers are also friendly and welcoming to new contributors wishing to help advance the project. Not the easiest to scale with high availability. The single DB used for storing data on build logs etc. could be a single point of failure unless accounted for. Documentation is not always the clearest on all possible parameters etc. Brilliantly customisable to almost any conceivable use case as long as you have a development team capable of writing self contained docker apps. Configuration through source control avoids "special snowflake" syndrome that sometimes comes with tools like Teamcity and Jenkins. Leverage the power of Docker quickly and easily.. A simple to use CI and CD solution, with configuration stored in source control. Allows for focusing on development rather than CI and CD whilst integrating beautifully with a range of source control providers.

  • Manil C.Ingnieur d'affaires
    Review
    5.0

    My favorite of any tool is being Open Source and distributed under a permissive license like Apache License. More specifically, it is easily up and running locally thanks to the use of Docker. Furthermore, thanks to a deep integration of Docker, containers are used to to build code and test it. As well as making the transfer form development phase to staging to production a very simple task for any developer. A hosted alternative is also provided and it's integrated with many code hosting solutions like Github, Bitbucket. Drone has a basic and simple UI compared to other hosted alternatives. The UI tends to make users adapt their CI process to Drone features/limitations. I was also maybe noticing that drone.io isnt going anywhere these days. It's integration with AWS services (e.g. S3) is not perfect and has a lot of limitations. Drone is good CI solution especially if you're looking for an on-premise solution and it's deep integration with Docker make it even better for fast builds. However, some features of Drone seem to be in beta for some time now (like S3). This gives you a strange feeling as Drone not going anywhere while most of hosted services tend to surprise their users with new features/improvement from time to time. We use Drone.io (among other hosted solutions) to deploy specific branches of our the codebase of a front-end application to S3 and to automate some NGINX config.

Negative Comments
  • Verified User in Education ManagementMid-Market(51-1000 emp.)
    Review
    5.0

    Drone.io was a clear standout in Continuous Integration daemon category. It's looks & configuration are simplistic yet very powerful which is a considerable breath of fresh air in a marketplace full of ugly & difficult to use CI products (Cruisecontrol, Jenkins and GoCD to name a few) - excellent documentation - lots of plugins - plenty of active development & investment by the community - great github integration - simplistic & no fuss UI - matrix based builds Drone.io is big into docker, and sadly this is where I feel it's considerably let down by a technology which is still very much evolving & not really ready for prime time. - struggled heavily to have Drone.io work in a stable & reproducible fashion with docker-swarm, even though I had it up & running in a day & it wasn't Drone.io's fault - no parallel jobs (yet) making it hard to scale out a build with a lot of unit tests - docker ... - no current integration with Amazon ECS (though I imagine that there'll be a plugin for it soon) - docker-in-docker is a complete nightmare if you want to create docker images to publish - no ability to use a slave other than docker (at this point) Eventually I had to abandon using Drone.io & was forced to pick Jenkins as a replacement namely because trying to get docker production ready was more trouble than it was worth Do it & if you can't then watch it closely because it's making waves in a market full of really old software & ideas Reduction in build / test time to improve product deployment throughput

  • Guy T.Software Engineer
    Review
    5.0

    Brilliant "one size doesn't fit all" approach allows users to develop the plugins they need. Source control driven configuration. Platform agnostic. The development of the open source tool is active and responsive to user feedback, as well as providing excellent support. There's an ever expanding range of plugins, both through the curated marketplace as well as others writing unofficial ones. The documentation whilst not the most comprehensive covers most basic use cases, whilst the user community are always willing to help and the code base is fairly self documenting to understand how the internals work if needed. The developers are also friendly and welcoming to new contributors wishing to help advance the project. Not the easiest to scale with high availability. The single DB used for storing data on build logs etc. could be a single point of failure unless accounted for. Documentation is not always the clearest on all possible parameters etc. Brilliantly customisable to almost any conceivable use case as long as you have a development team capable of writing self contained docker apps. Configuration through source control avoids "special snowflake" syndrome that sometimes comes with tools like Teamcity and Jenkins. Leverage the power of Docker quickly and easily.. A simple to use CI and CD solution, with configuration stored in source control. Allows for focusing on development rather than CI and CD whilst integrating beautifully with a range of source control providers.

  • Manil C.Ingnieur d'affaires
    Review
    5.0

    My favorite of any tool is being Open Source and distributed under a permissive license like Apache License. More specifically, it is easily up and running locally thanks to the use of Docker. Furthermore, thanks to a deep integration of Docker, containers are used to to build code and test it. As well as making the transfer form development phase to staging to production a very simple task for any developer. A hosted alternative is also provided and it's integrated with many code hosting solutions like Github, Bitbucket. Drone has a basic and simple UI compared to other hosted alternatives. The UI tends to make users adapt their CI process to Drone features/limitations. I was also maybe noticing that drone.io isnt going anywhere these days. It's integration with AWS services (e.g. S3) is not perfect and has a lot of limitations. Drone is good CI solution especially if you're looking for an on-premise solution and it's deep integration with Docker make it even better for fast builds. However, some features of Drone seem to be in beta for some time now (like S3). This gives you a strange feeling as Drone not going anywhere while most of hosted services tend to surprise their users with new features/improvement from time to time. We use Drone.io (among other hosted solutions) to deploy specific branches of our the codebase of a front-end application to S3 and to automate some NGINX config.

Trustradius
4.5
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Positive Comments
  • Elson Pushpa MMarketing Associate
    Review
    4.5

    Excellent marketing automation system. It swiftly creates profit for your shop and aids in its growth and stability and limited options for segmentation within the suggested activities. fewer options than comparable tools. However, it is ideal for small and medium-sized internet shops.
    The integration process went without a hitch, and the product was ready to use right out of the box. We don't require a corporate expert to use the application because their scenarios address all of our demands. In terms of handling tools, our marketing staff is quite competent and the greatest customer service ever!
    edrone can effectively enhance conversion, which leads to greater sales. The team is really knowledgeable and professional boost our sales and makes our campaigns more efficient
    When I'm not using the system, I dislike how it logs me out. Easy to use. Simple to manage tool Even if there are occasionally minor issues with the platform, support is always willing to assist.

Negative Comments
  • Elson Pushpa MMarketing Associate
    Review
    4.5

    Excellent marketing automation system. It swiftly creates profit for your shop and aids in its growth and stability and limited options for segmentation within the suggested activities. fewer options than comparable tools. However, it is ideal for small and medium-sized internet shops.
    The integration process went without a hitch, and the product was ready to use right out of the box. We don't require a corporate expert to use the application because their scenarios address all of our demands. In terms of handling tools, our marketing staff is quite competent and the greatest customer service ever!
    edrone can effectively enhance conversion, which leads to greater sales. The team is really knowledgeable and professional boost our sales and makes our campaigns more efficient
    When I'm not using the system, I dislike how it logs me out. Easy to use. Simple to manage tool Even if there are occasionally minor issues with the platform, support is always willing to assist.