Last week, several Bees from our product, services, sales, marketing and leadership teams joined 19,000 of their closest AWS friends and colleagues in Las Vegas for AWS re:Invent. For such a large event, the energy and engagement was incredible. The halls were literally lined with attendees waiting to get into hot sessions and the expo hall was buzzing with 1:1 engagement (and Jenkins Masters). Throughout the week AWS rolled out several announcements across all solution categories, including DevOps. CloudBees was pleased to participate in a couple of these key announcements.
CloudBees Achieves AWS DevOps Competency
CloudBees is proud to announce that we are part of the inaugural group of APN Partners to achieve the AWS Partner Network (APN) DevOps Competency. The AWS DevOps Competency program delivers customers with pre-qualified tools, products, and solutions to support multiple areas that extend AWS DevOps services and management APIs. CloudBees was awarded this distinction based on our ability to demonstrate technical proficiency and customer success in the area of continuous integration and continuous delivery for customers who run their infrastructure on the AWS platform.
CloudBees continuous delivery solutions for AWS help operations teams quickly deliver Jenkins services to developers and leverage AWS to deliver software faster. Developers can use the AWS command line interface (CLI) from within Jenkins to interact with AWS services, including Amazon EC2, S3, Route53 and Lambda.
Visit the AWS DevOps Partner Solutions page for additional details regarding the tools, products, and solutions pre-qualified by the AWS Partner Competency Program, including the CloudBees Jenkins Platform. Learn more about CloudBees Continuous Delivery Solutions for AWS.
Run and manage Docker containers on Amazon Web Services
On Day 3 of AWS re:Invent, CloudBees participated as a launch partner to the AWS announcement for Amazon ECS, which helps customers run and manage Docker containers on Amazon Web Services. As named container partner, our integration of AWS with CloudBees Jenkins Platform has been certified to enable enterprise teams to easily run CloudBees Jenkins Platform on AWS and to seamlessly interact directly with AWS services from within Jenkins. With the Jenkins Amazon EC2 Container Service plugin you can leverage Amazon ECS to manage Jenkins cloud slaves. To learn more, visit the AWS Container Partners page.
Together, AWS and CloudBees can help you implement continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD). The powerful integration of the AWS cloud platform with the CloudBees Jenkins Platform enables your enterprise teams to easily run the CloudBees Jenkins Platform on AWS and to seamlessly interact directly with AWS services from within Jenkins. Learn more about CloudBees Jenkins Platform for AWS, visit https://www.cloudbees.com/partners/platform/aws.
And we hope to see you next year in Las Vegas for AWS re:Invent 2016! We’ll save a t-shirt for you!