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What is Customer Success at CloudBees?

In an endless effort to provide the best customer experience for all subscribers, consistently and effectively, what does Customer Success imply for myself at CloudBees? The practical answer is to reduce churn, grow recurring revenue and increase product adoption. How does this become reality, though? There’s no magical “button of success” to achieve these goals and it certainly...

Meet the Bees: Amanda DeLuise

In every Meet the Bees blog post, you’ll learn more about a different CloudBees Bee. Let’s meet Amanda!​ Who are you? What is your role at CloudBees? I’m Amanda DeLuise and I’m a Customer Success Manager here at CloudBees. I’m primarily responsible for managing our customer’s success! And less literally, CSMs are communication experts and project managers. We coordinate CloudBees...
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Jenkins with Support for Continuous Delivery with Peace of Mind

Are you searching for the fastest and easiest way to get started with using Jenkins as your continuous delivery platform? Jenkins is the #1 continuous delivery platform in the market because it connects with nearly every tool used by DevOps teams. With millions of users, a new plugin or integration is introduced every 2-3 days. This pace of innovation can help your team automate...

The Benefits and Innovation of Continuous Delivery as a Service

As continuous delivery becomes integral to an organization’s ability to deliver software rapidly and reliably the practice is expanding from just a few forward thinking groups to multiple teams. Additionally it extends the focus of IT tooling and process beyond IT into departments across the whole organization. This, coupled with the fact that today’s customers expectation that...

Containers and Software Delivery: Packaging Up Innovation

Historically we have seen waves of innovation hit the IT industry. Typically, these have happened separately in the areas of infrastructure (mainframe to distributed to virtual), application architecture (monolithic to client-server to n-tier web) and process/methodology. But if I look around, I see that right now we are in the midst of what is not just another wave in one of these...

Q&A On All Things Continuous Delivery, with Sacha Labourey, CEO at CloudBees

1. What are the benefits to implementing a continuous delivery strategy? The key benefit to implementing a CD strategy is to bring IT closer to the business, much closer. IT is still, by and large, seen as a remote executing arm of the business. Business requirements are “shipped” to IT which interprets and implements them, later delivering its output back to the business. This is...

Implementing Continuous Delivery

You’ve made a decision: You’re going to do continuous delivery (CD) as the first step in your DevOps transformation. You’ve laid the groundwork. You’ve established the basic prerequisites necessary for a shift to a CD mindset: everything from ensuring your teams have shared goals to automating and versioning everything – both the application and the environment supporting it - to...
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Getting Started with the Blue Ocean Dashboard

Blue Ocean is a new user experience for Jenkins, and version 1.0 is now live! Blue Ocean makes Jenkins, and continuous delivery, approachable to all team members. In my previous post , I used the Blue Ocean Activity View to track the state of branches and Pull Requests in one project. In this video, I’ll use the Blue Ocean Dashboard to get a personalized view of the areas of my...

Accelerating Time to Market by Accelerating Continuous Delivery

By definition, continuous delivery is not a discrete project with a defined conclusion. It’s a process that stakeholders need to cultivate, improve and drive forward – even after that process seems to be working just fine. So, the question begs: What initiatives should you undertake when you feel like your continuous delivery pipeline is running well? How do you take your...
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How I Do Continuous Delivery with My Personal Jenkins Server

I suspect I am not alone in having my own personal Jenkins server. In fact I have a cloud-hosted box on which I run quite a few different services: Jenkins Jenkins build agents Nexus HAProxy with Let’s Encrypt Some personal websites etc I thought it might be interesting to explain how I have set this up to do continuous delivery for my personal websites. When I first set this up, I...