Externally, we work hard to help our customers Build Stuff That Matters. Internally, the CloudBees team is guided by a handful of core beliefs that define who we are and the way we work.
Lead the industry with curiosity and passion.
At CloudBees, we aim high – and achieve higher. We believe in what we’re doing, and that belief drives everything we do. Our excitement and dedication push us to make big things happen. We explore, we investigate, we ask the right questions – and then we come up with the right answers.
Solve problems. Get results. Repeat.
Software developers are taking on some of the world’s most challenging problems – and we want to help. So we’re sharp, we’re fast and we get things done. Applying our extensive knowledge and experience, we create original, inventive solutions that make a real difference to our customers.
Grow and succeed as a team.
Bringing together the brightest minds across an array of backgrounds, we build on each other’s strengths to do great work that gets noticed. Constantly challenging ourselves to grow, develop and continue to do better, we’re powered by a relentless drive to score big for our customers and for our company.
Show up. Be authentic and honest.
To do our best work at CloudBees, we have to become our best selves – and that means being straightforward and genuine. Whether we are with customers or with each other, we tell it like it is, we accept the truths for what they are and then we use that insight to drive true understanding and improvement.
We are a global, remote workforce connected by email, video and Slack. We have a powerful culture of togetherness and collaboration. At the Hive, we offer a casual work environment where all are encouraged to come as you are and be your authentic self.
Affectionately known as “Bees,” the CloudBees team includes some of the brightest, most-talented people in DevOps from across the globe.
Brian Dawson is a DevOps evangelist and practitioner with a focus on agile, continuous integration (CI), continuous delivery (CD) and DevOps practices. He has over 25 years as a software professional in multiple domains including quality assurance, engineering and management. Across them all, his passion has been to focus on the optimization of software development. Brian has led an agile transformation consulting practice and helped many organizations implement CI, CD and DevOps.
Karen is product owner at CloudBees for CloudBees CI. Prior to this role, she was principal customer success manager at CloudBees. Before joining the DevOps world, Karen spent over 15 years as product owner/business analyst in customer relationship management, business process management and database marketing. Outside of work she enjoys working out, reading obsessively, fighting the patriarchy, making delicious vegan food and spending time with her crazy, fantastic rescue dogs.
Georgiana (“Georgie”) Patru joined the marketing team at CloudBees in January 2018. Preoccupied with cultivating her passion for writing fiction and travelogues, she self-published her first novel at the age of 19, just before moving to the United Kingdom to earn academic degrees in film studies and literature. Georgie later began a career in the tech industry, guided by her interests in project management, content creation, audience psychology and information design. Originally from Romania, she now lives on the island of Ireland, where she enjoys long walks in nature, yoga and spotting seals in the ocean.
Corryn Hutchinson is senior director of enterprise marketing and chairperson of the diversity and inclusion council at CloudBees. She is a graduate of Howard University in Washington, D.C. where she earned her Bachelor's in marketing. After jumpstarting her tech career at Microsoft and receiving a certificate in executive education from Duke, she’s spent the last 16+ years applying her passion and energy in progressive marketing leadership roles with organizations such as Intuit, PayPal, LinkedIn and Thomson Reuters, with stints at a couple of startups along the way. Outside of work, Corryn can be found exploring the Bay Area foodie and music scene with her husband Mallik, enjoying the never-ending adventure of raising four children and escaping to the beach as much as possible.
Used by many of the Fortune 100, CloudBees enables developers to Build Stuff That Matters while getting organizations on the fastest path from great idea, to great software, to running businesses that change lives.