CloudBees Adds Amazon Web Services Elastic Beanstalk as a Deployment Option to Its Continuous Delivery Platform

Developers can utilize CloudBees continuous integration in the cloud to accelerate application development and continuously deploy to Amazon Elastic Beanstalk

AT AWS RE:INVENT 2013, LAS VEGAS - November 12, 2013 - CloudBees, Inc. , the continuous delivery Platform as a Service (PaaS) leader, today announced integration with Amazon Web Services (AWS) Elastic Beanstalk. Now, developers can utilize CloudBees to accelerate the development process, then immediately deploy applications onto AWS Elastic Beanstalk. The service, available immediately , allows developers to take full advantage of the continuous integration features of the CloudBees Platform while offering a choice of deployment options. The combination of CloudBees and AWS makes it easy for Elastic Beanstalk users to keep their applications in a release-ready state at all times and to continuously deliver application updates.

The CloudBees Continuous Delivery Platform provides a set of high-performing, cloud-based development services, including continuous integration (CI) based on Jenkins -- the world's most popular continuous integration server. The CloudBees Platform provides the industry's broadest set of continuous deployment options including CloudBees' own runtime service, as well as AWS Elastic Beanstalk, and Google App Engine.

"The AWS community is already very familiar with Jenkins CI as the best way to perform continuous integration and deployment. The CloudBees Platform makes Jenkins CI available as a development service and now connects to Elastic Beanstalk as a deployment target," said Andrew Lee, vice president of business development, CloudBees. "Developers have another great option for developing and deploying in the cloud."

The CloudBees announcement marks another milestone in the company's ongoing investment in platform extensibility and openness, as well as its commitment to Continuous Cloud Delivery based on Jenkins CI for development and deployment automation. CloudBees is the only platform that allows development organizations to deploy to their target platform of choice.

"The combination of the CloudBees Platform and Amazon's Elastic Beanstalk offers us a unique way to develop and deploy our financial services applications. More importantly, it provides the flexibility, freedom of choice and simplicity for application development and deployment that we want," said Gary Kennedy, chief operating officer, Clarus Financial Technology. "Using the CloudBees PaaS, we are able to develop applications faster and more efficiently, allowing us to do a better job in our core business of serving our financial customers' business needs."

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About CloudBees
CloudBees ( ) provides a Continuous Delivery Platform as a Service that accelerates the development, integration and deployment of web and mobile applications. The CloudBees Platform provides a set of services that allow developers to rapidly build and run new business applications and integrate them with other services - all with zero IT administrative overhead. With Continuous Cloud Delivery, development teams can make frequent updates and easily deploy those changes immediately to production. By eliminating the friction caused by provisioning, maintaining and administering complex hardware and software infrastructure, CloudBees allows developers to do what they do best: develop innovative applications -- fast. CloudBees serves the needs of a wide range of businesses from small startups that need to quickly create new on-line businesses, to large IT organizations that need to rapidly respond to dynamic market opportunities. Follow CloudBees on Twitter (@CloudBees) and on Facebook. You can also try CloudBees for free.

Backed by Matrix Partners and Lightspeed Venture Partners, CloudBees was founded in 2010 by former JBoss CTO Sacha Labourey and an elite team of middleware and open source technology professionals.

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