Continuous Delivery, DevOps and Jenkins: Blog Topics

DevOps for Managers


CloudBees Cross-Pollination: Documentation and Support

My manager Tammy mentioned at our team meeting there was an opportunity for technical writers to rotate with the support team. This enables...

Don’t Make DevOps the New Web 2.0

Back in the early 2000s, I was a freshly minted engineer eager to learn about everything and anything, but a number of topics resisted me...

PaaS: Between a Rock8s and a Hard Place

When CloudBees was founded in 2010, some of you might still remember that we were delivering a PaaS in the public cloud – a pretty unique...
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400 Years' Innovation In a Month

Four hundred years ago, ship captains calculated their position at sea by using a combination of casting the log and dead reckoning . The...

CloudBees Welcomes HSBC as an Investor

Last week we announced that HSBC was joining CloudBees as an investor. Now that I’m back from business travel, I wanted to share some more...
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Continuous Delivery for Developers


Progressive Delivery vs. Feature Flags with Jenkins X and Rollout

Recently we announced that Rollout, a feature management service, is joining the CloudBees family . In this post, we wanted to talk about...
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Anti-Corruption Layer: How to Keep Legacy Support from Breaking New Systems

Editor’s Note: This blog post is the second in a series of articles about design patterns in continuous everything. These design patterns...

Introduction to Jenkins X Pipeline

Editor’s Note: John Ha also contributed to this blog post. A brief history of continuous integration in Jenkins When someone asks me what...

Find issues in value streams with webhook notifications

The CloudBees DevOptics team is happy to announce the webhook notification feature is now available. CloudBees DevOptics lets you send a...

Welcome Rollout to the CloudBees Family!

CloudBees has acquired Rollout! Hot on the heels of our other recent big news , I’ve been itching to share this with the world and the day...
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