Recent Blog Posts

July 26, 2017

In this episode of DevOps Radio , John Willis, former director of ecosystems at Docker*, shares everything from his experience in the early days of DevOps to his predictions of what the future holds. When it comes to software delivery, John says he has been “involved in the process forever,” having...

July 26, 2017

Any system that intends to be fully automated and self-sufficient must be capable of self-healing and self-adaptation. As a minimum, it needs to be able to monitor itself and perform certain actions both on service and infrastructure levels. Two axes can represent the set of actions a system might...

July 25, 2017

I’m very proud to announce that today Charlie Peters is joining CloudBees as an independent board member. I first met Charlie back in 2006, at the time of the JBoss acquisition by Red Hat…

July 19, 2017

CloudBees is proud to sponsor the second annual Microservices Practitioner Virtual Summit, July 24 – July 27 , hosted by Datawire. This year, Matt Klein (of Lyft Envoy fame) will be giving a new talk on deploying service meshes. Paul MacKay from Ancestry will talk about their journey towards...

July 18, 2017

Have you experienced that thing where you make a change in an app, and when you go to check on the results of the build, you find an error that really doesn’t seem relevant to your change? And then you notice that your build is the first in over a year. And then you realize that you have...

July 14, 2017

Jenkins Pipeline has fundamentally changed how users can orchestrate their pipelines and workflows. Essentially, anything that you can do in a script or program can now be done in a Jenkinsfile or in a pipeline script created within the application. But just because you can do nearly anything...

July 12, 2017

With CloudBees investing more time and resources into design, it was important to step back and set some principles to help direct the design decisions going forward. As with our design, these principles will evolve overtime when needed. (See Principle 4 ) “Design principles are the guiding light...