CloudBees Core is Now Available on Pivotal Network

CloudBees Core is now available on both the Pivotal Marketplace and Pivotal Network (a.k.a. PivNet). Announced at KubeCon, this launch signifies a new partnership between CloudBees and Pivotal that will continue to grow and evolve, while also providing benefits to current and prospective customers of both companies - so stay tuned!

CloudBees Core is a modern, cloud native continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) solution based on Jenkins® that provides governance, security, scalability, flexibility and so much more. It can run on-premise, in the cloud, on bare metal, virtual machines, containers or any combination therein. For those who use Kubernetes, CloudBees Core has additional benefits that further accelerate the adoption of CI and CD best practices, which are essential to any DevOps initiative.

 

Pivotal Container Service (PKS) is a relatively new enterprise-grade Kubernetes service offering from Pivotal. While CloudBees Core has many deployment options, the distribution provided on PivNet is specific to Kubernetes and deployed like any other Kubernetes-based application. Once deployed, customers have the freedom to integrate with tools and infrastructure both inside and outside the PKS cluster, which is necessary in order to create modern software delivery pipelines that interact with all applications - old and new.

 

With this initial launch, customers receive peace of mind knowing that CloudBees Core has not only been validated to work on PKS but also published in a way that’s easy for end-users to consume. Documentation is available, as well as Kubernetes manifests and Docker Images, to make the installation process as simple as possible. Sign up for a free trial of CloudBees Core today!

 

David Schott has over 10 years of Java development experience with a focus on application design, cloud architecture, and CI/CD automation. He specializes in all things Jenkins and DevOps while also aligning CloudBees solutions to customer use-cases. David enjoys experimenting with new technologies, most recently in the Docker and container orchestration space.

 

 

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