Continuous Delivery, DevOps and Jenkins: Blog Topics

DevOps for Managers


CloudBees Announces New Elevate Partner Program

As the idea of DevOps and the adoption of Jenkins continues to grow, our partner ecosystem must adapt to demand to deliver enterprise-scale solutions and complementary tools to our joint customers. We are pleased to announce the new Elevate Partner Program for our valued channel partners. This revamped partner program launched to our partners late this summer, and we’ve made...

Real Time Visualization of Value Streams with CloudBees DevOptics Deliver

DevOps culture and continuous delivery (CD) as a software development and delivery approach continue to prove critical in delivering value to users quickly, safely and in a sustainable manner. However, when these practices are scaled beyond small independent teams, the visibility, coordination and orchestration required become significantly more difficult to achieve. As scale...

Reimagining Software Development with CI/CD and DevOps at CareFirst FEP Operations Center

This post is written by Kurian John, Systems Development Manager and Karan Khera, Hands-On Software Architect at CareFirst FEP Operations Center. When a company undertakes a DevOps transformation, it is often described as a journey. Like any journey, a DevOps one has a starting point and an expected end point. The path between the two is rarely a straight line, and in fact, the end...

Ease Your Team Creation Process with Team Creation Recipes

At Jenkins World 2017, we presented the new user experience for CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise . More recently, we added a way to define what we called Team Creation Recipes: a template to onboard new teams and create masters with a predefined set of configuration values. For the first delivery of this feature, in a given recipe we can define the list of plugins that should be...

CloudBees + Codeship + a Few New Tricks = One-Stop DevOps

A Match Made by The Market Whether your team is just starting or trying to fully standardize on continuous delivery as part of their DevOps journey, your choices just got a bit easier! CloudBees and Codeship have joined forces in a logical match that covers key scenarios that organizations face when deciding if they should utilize a SaaS for hosted continuous integration/continuous...
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Continuous Delivery for Developers


Show Me the Money - a Simple Framework for Better Decision Making

Note: Photo attribution for the 2017 Tesla Model X image to: Michel Curi, Gold Coast Art Fair, Grant Park, Chicago, IL. This blog marks a series of blogs that I will do on better decision making influenced by the book, How to Measure Everything, by Douglas Hubbard. 2017 was the year I agonized over buying a Tesla Model X. I ran through all the reasons I needed it - beautiful,...

Codeship and CloudBees Join Forces!

CloudBees has acquired Codeship! ( read the FAQ ) As the adoption of DevOps and cloud computing accelerates at warp speed within organizations, CI and CD are their strategic backbone on which the DNA of their software value creation gets codified. From applications to infrastructure as code, every IT asset definition flows through a continuous pipeline engine, that’s CI/CD. Since...

CloudBees + Codeship Means More is Coming to Jenkins

As you saw in other posts , CloudBees has acquired Codeship . With this, CloudBees strengthens its position as the leader in CI/CD by serving the entire spectrum from large to small, and from on-prem to cloud, regardless of whether you develop embedded software, web services or mobile games. This is an exciting development for me, as CTO of CloudBees. As a founder of Jenkins, I’m...

Enterprise DevOps: Creating a Service Line

This is the fourth in a series of blogs about enterprise DevOps. The series is co-authored by Nigel Willie, DevOps practitioner and Sacha Labourey, CEO, CloudBees. In a previous article , we discussed creating a taxonomy and from there, listing those capabilities you already offer or wish to offer in the future. The next area we wish to address is possible mechanisms for delivering...

Inside the Chocolate Wrapper: The Firmware and Software Behind Pepperl+Fuchs Industrial Sensors

The chocolate caught my eye. How could I miss it? The decadent image was at the top of the page of Pepperl+Fuchs’ magazine, amplify . Who would have thought that the image of ooey, gooey chocolate would help me understand the industrial sensors Pepperl+Fuchs builds and why they are so critical to such a wide range of industries around the world. Even for chocolate. Chocolates come...
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