Announces the Industry’s First Hybrid Continuous Delivery Platform
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As the tide of continuous delivery adoption grows dramatically, Jenkins is being selected as the automation platform of choice by enterprises. There are more than 80,000 active installations of Jenkins around the globe. Jenkins CI enables enterprises to evolve from simple automation of tasks to continuous integration (CI) to, ultimately, continuous delivery at their own pace. Another key benefit of Jenkins for continuous delivery is the 800+ plugins that allow Jenkins to be tailored to the needs of the enterprise and integrate with the myriad of software lifecycle tools and technologies that may be in use.
“Businesses are under increasing pressure to create new value for their customers and partners, and an increasing proportion of business innovation is being delivered through software,” said
The CloudBees continuous delivery platform is the industry’s first CD platform available on-premise, in the cloud or in hybrid environments, providing configurations to meet multiple project needs. It bridges the worlds of developers, operations and business. Leveraging hybrid capabilities available from CloudBees, enterprises can gain transparent use of Jenkins on-premise and in the cloud, removing barriers to cloud adoption.
“Moving to the CloudBees continuous delivery platform turned out to be a game changer for us,” said
“Releasing software many times a day may sound like science fiction, but it’s reality for a growing number of firms. Dramatically reduced cycle time will become the new normal, enabling more direct engagement with customers to deliver high-value experiences,” wrote
On-premise and cloud components available from CloudBees include:
In the Cloud
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TodayCloudBees also announced that Viridity Energy, a leading energy optimization software and technology company, used the CloudBees’ PaaS technology to develop and deploy its flagship VPower™ software application. Leveraging CloudBees’ Continuous Delivery platform in the cloud, Viridity Energy cut software development costs by 66 percent, shaved months off its development timetable and shortened deployment times by more than 85 percent. (See news release: http://www.cloudbees.com/press-room/viridity-energy-delivers-better-software-faster-cloudbees-continuous-delivery-platform.cb)
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CloudBees (www.cloudbees.com) provides a Continuous Delivery Platform that accelerates the development, integration and deployment of web and mobile applications. The CloudBees Continuous Delivery Platform provides a rich set of resources to support continuous delivery, from coding activities to testing, staging and production deployments. By building on the power of Jenkins CI, CloudBees enables you to adopt continuous delivery incrementally or organization-wide, supporting both on-premise and cloud-based development and deployment processes.
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