Healthesystems

Healthesystems Adopts CI and CD to Accelerate Development Practices

SUMMARY

Healthesystems speeds up software delivery with CloudBees Jenkins solutions to enable pharmacy benefit management and ancillary benefit program innovation 

CHALLENGE

Expedite software development and increase efficiencies that will allow existing resources to focus on innovation

SOLUTION

Use the CloudBees Jenkins Platform to enable agile development with CI and optimize build and deployment automation processes

RESULTS

» Deployment times cut from hours to minutes

» Sprint durations reduced by 33%

» Deployment workload halved

PRODUCTS

» CloudBees® Jenkins Platform™

 

 

As part of its continuous modernization efforts, Healthesystems launched an effort to enhance its software development practices and build upon the successful track record of its PBM and ABM solutions. As part of this initiative, Healthesystems worked with consultants from Open Source Architect to accelerate the development of quality software by adopting agile methods as well as continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) practices enabled by the CloudBees Jenkins Platform.

“In moving to agile, we had to automate existing build and deployment processes that involved numerous manual steps,” says Mark Sinclair, solutions architect at Healthesystems. “With the CloudBees Jenkins Platform the process is now truly automated through CD. We can deploy code with a single button click to the environment we want to test in.” 

Robert Greathouse, senior consultant and architect at Open Source Architect, adds, “We always recommend best-of-breed tools because they help our customers minimize risk, deliver better quality products and become self-sufficient. That’s one of the reasons we recommended CloudBees.” 

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Because it is geared towards automation, the CloudBees Jenkins Platform makes it easier to adopt agile methods, CI and ultimately CD. It’s a good product that is made even better by CloudBees support.
Mark Sinclair
Solutions architect, Healthesystems