CloudBees Announces Availability of Its New Cloud Native DevSecOps Platform on AWS

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. – November 1, 2023 – CloudBees, the leading software delivery platform for enterprises, proudly announced availability of its new cloud native DevSecOps platform, powered by Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS). The platform is designed to natively execute end-to-end GitHub Actions-style domain specific language (DSL) workflows running on Tekton, and seamlessly orchestrate existing CI/CD solutions starting with Jenkins® and CloudBees CI, and also including Circle CI, GitHub Actions, Bamboo, JFrog pipeline, ArgoCD, and Octopus Deploy.

“We’re delighted to expand our relationship with AWS to offer a more flexible array of possibilities for any organization,” said Shawn Ahmed, chief product officer, CloudBees. “Beyond leveraging the power of AWS, we've ensured that enterprises can weave in their existing CI/CD solutions and tools, beginning with industry favorites Jenkins, as well as CloudBees CI, our enterprise version of Jenkins.”

Go Faster, Stay Secure and Dramatically Improve Developer Experience With These Key Features and Benefits:

  • Seamless integration with AWS: Leverage the power of AWS to maximize the efficiency and speed of CI/CD pipelines with key services like Amazon EKS, Amazon Elastic Container Registry (Amazon ECR) and Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3).

  • Enhanced enterprise scalability: Transparently scale up or down based on your specific needs, ensuring cost-effectiveness and performance optimization.

  • End-to-end security: Adopt a proactive approach to security with the platform's integrated DevSecOps capabilities.

  • Simplified workflow management: Manage and monitor your workflows with ease, combining the depth and breadth of the CloudBees platform’s DevSecOps data model with the power of the Amazon OpenSearch Service.

  • Minimize cognitive load for developers: Platform engineering teams can integrate all the siloed DevSecOps technology and tools into golden paths for developers. Make DevSecOps processes nearly invisible, enhancing developer experience.

  • Multiple usage models: Use our multi-tenant SaaS or get a dedicated single-tenant SaaS instance installed in your region of preference. For organizations seeking enhanced privacy and control, the platform can be seamlessly integrated into your virtual private cloud (VPC).

"Developer experience, security, and efficiency often conflict with DevSecOps, and too much complexity shifts onto developers," said Jim Mercer, vice president, DevOps and DevSecOps, IDC Research. "Solutions such as the new CloudBees platform, which combines cloud native tools like Tekton-based pipeline automation and a graphical workflow composer, can pull these workstreams closer, creating a paved path for developers to innovate more securely." 

“Cloud migration is no longer an option but a necessity for modern enterprises. By building this new platform on AWS, we are ensuring that our users can gain the maximum benefit of cloud native DevSecOps without any hurdles. All this while providing a bridge to the Jenkins world,” added Sacha Labourey, co-founder and chief strategy officer, CloudBees.

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CloudBees was founded in 2010 and is backed by Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Bridgepoint Capital, HSBC, Golub Capital, Delta-v Capital, Matrix Partners, and Lightspeed Venture Partners. Visit and follow us on X, LinkedIn, and Facebook.


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