This year’s Jenkins World is the biggest and best ever!
And, in the midst of all the “hustle and bustle” of the training sessions, certifications, keynotes, presentations, panel sessions, lightning talks and fun, we took some important time to recognize and celebrate the accomplishments of Jenkins community members and CloudBees customers and partners in the inaugural Jenkins World Awards. The awards applaud industry-leading achievements in community contribution and DevOps. We received submissions and nominations from around the world and choosing the winners was certainly a difficult task for our judges.
A total of six awards were presented this morning in two categories: Jenkins Community Awards and CloudBees Innovation Awards.
- Three Jenkins World community awards were selected by the Jenkins World Committee and Kohsuke Kawaguchi, recognizing Jenkins contributions, advocacy and security.
- Three CloudBees Innovation Awards were selected by a panel of industry experts, including Alan Shimel of DevOps.com, Rob Stroud of Forrester and CloudBees CEO Sacha Labourey, recognizing DevOps automation excellence, scalability achievement and solutions innovation.
Read the Jenkins World awards press release here. Check out the winners below!
2017 Jenkins Community Awards
Jenkins Security MVP
- The individual who most consistently helped secure Jenkins by fixing security issues.
- Winner: Steve Marlowe
Most Valuable Jenkins Advocate
- The individual who has helped advocate for Jenkins through local events.
- Winner: Tomonari Nakamura
Jenkins Most Valuable Contributor
- The Jenkins contributor who has helped move the Jenkins project forward.
- Winner: Alex Earl
2017 CloudBees Innovation Awards
DevOps Scalability Achievement
- Presented to the organization with the most outstanding highly-scaled continuous delivery and DevOps implementation.
- Winner: Accenture
Accenture led an effort with its client, a leading North American company, to adopt a DevOps practice enabling the IT organization to speed deployments and match the rapid pace of innovation required for the success of the client’s strategic business objectives.
“We would not have been able to achieve this level of innovation without the adoption of DevOps and CloudBees Jenkins Solutions. This has had a big impact on our client’s customer experience, customer loyalty and market share growth.”
— Ravish Pathak, technology consulting manager and DevOps practice lead, Accenture
DevOps Automation Excellence
- Presented to the organization with the most outstanding continuous delivery and DevOps implementation.
- Winner: Suramericana
With a DevOps mindset and approach, Suramericana is establishing a reputation for delivering innovative new insurance products to its 10 million customers and is breaking into new markets across Latin America.
“We are able to innovate faster and deliver more value and better service to our customers than ever before and with higher quality and security features than we ever thought possible. We have strengthened our market position and been able to quickly expand into more geographic regions with this approach and the CloudBees Jenkins Platform.”
— Ryan Berrìo Cardona, director of IT architecture, Suramericana
For more details about the Suramericana solution, read the case study here.
Partner of the Year
- Awarded to the CloudBees partner who has demonstrated strong customer success and solution innovation over the past year.
- Winner: Zivra
We are already looking forward to seeing which Jenkins community contributors and CloudBees customers and partners will win the Jenkins World Awards in 2018! Watch for the call for submissions in the Spring of 2018 for a chance to have your success in the spotlight!
Andre Pino is vice president of marketing at CloudBees.