Over the last 10 years, continuous integration brought tangible improvements to the software delivery lifecycle - improvements that enabled adoption of agile delivery practices.
The software industry is now progressing to the next maturity phase with continuous delivery.
With its flexible plugin architecture and numerous plugins, Jenkins is like the person who knows everyone and can work with everyone.
Enterprises can utilize any existing tools - whether developed in-house or licensed from a commercial vendor - or bring in a new tool and know that Jenkins will work with it.
Jenkins bridges both sides of the development/operations divide, bringing both teams together and enabling collaboration between them.
Outlook Series' Michael Lippis interviews Dan Juengst to gain CloudBees' perspective on continuous delivery.
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