Opsera is the pain-free way to merge conflicts and synch your Salesforce orgs. Plug-n-play integration with all the DevOps tools you love (like Selenium, Provar, and Sonarqube) makes it easy to automate repetitive tasks.
Releases are quick and secure, with full compliance. Opsera also integrates with top IT Service Management and collaboration tools, so you get repeatable processes and audit trails that will make your IT team happy.
See pipeline metadata from all your tools in one place. Opsera unifies logs and ends manual reporting. You get complete visibility across your development lifecycle. (KPIs are generated automatically!) Troubleshooting is faster, compliance reporting easier.
Copado is built on Salesforce and designed for Salesforce first-party platforms and is unable to manage DevOps and release management for other applications or cloud environments.
Built from as a micro-services platform scales DevOps and release management processes for any development environment such as SAP, Snowflake, Apigee, Boomi, Informatics, AWS, Azure, or Google Cloud. Providing you with a single DevOps solution for your business
Uses APIs and web hooks to integrate with a limited set of tools that you manage independently from Flosum itself. You are responsible for maintaining, updating, and running those tools.
No need to write custom scripts with pipeline logic, Opsera managed out-of-the-box integrations make it easier to use tools like Selenium, Sonarqube, and PMD. Opsera takes the pain out of using these tools by standing up instances and scaling them when the pipeline is run and shutting down the containers when not in use. This architecture also means that while the pipeline is being run your changeset never leaves your tenant
Opsera runs independently from your Salesforce org and is architected using microservices that scale as a pipeline is executed. This means regardless of the number of environments or developers you will be able to achieve true continuous integration without hindering individual productivity.
Runs on top of your Salesforce Org. This can mean that syncing changes to your various dev, test, and QA environments can slow Production or vice versa.
Copado requires you to pay for users, meaning infrequent users, like the Product Manager who needs to login once a month, are costing you money
With Opsera pay for the pipelines themselves. Not only will this save you money, this helps speed up adoption by making it easier for everyone who needs to be involved get access to the tools and reporting without worrying about seats or costs