Nominations Open for 2022 CloudBees Innovation Awards

SAN JOSE, Calif. – July 18, 2022CloudBees, the leading software delivery platform for enterprises, today announced that nominations are open for the 2022 CloudBees Innovation Awards. The awards recognize companies and teams in different stages of their DevOps journey that are driving efforts to innovate and transform software delivery using CloudBees solutions. The 2022 CloudBees Innovation Awards will be presented at DevOps World in Orlando, Fla., Sept. 28-29.

This year, the CloudBees Innovation Awards will recognize CloudBees customers in seven categories: 

DevOps and Analytics 

This award exemplifies the most outstanding automated DevOps processes across a team or organization backed up by key business metrics (DORA metrics and beyond) which help to justify the investment in DevOps and prove the business benefits.

DevOps Scalability Achievement 

This award demonstrates the most outstanding, highly-scaled continuous delivery and DevOps implementation across multiple teams or the entire organization.

Security, Compliance and Audit Innovation 

This award recognizes a customer that has improved their audit or change management processes to build security and compliance into their pipeline.

CloudBees Transformation 

This award exemplifies the transformation of a customer’s organization and customer experience using the CloudBees Platform or multiple CloudBees products.

Enterprise Progressive Delivery 

This award is presented to the best example of a customer modernizing software delivery practices using feature flags.

DevOps Rising Star 

This award is given to a customer who has embarked on a DevOps transformation within the last year and is achieving results right out of the gate.

Diversity in DevOps

This award is presented to a CloudBees customer that has implemented significant diversity and inclusion practices within its organization, industry or local community. Their initiative may include workplace advancements, internal programs or other activities that embrace groups underrepresented in the technology industry.

Nominations will be evaluated by a panel of judges including: 

“The CloudBees Innovation Awards recognize the amazing achievements of our customers and demonstrate the impact CloudBees products have in helping enterprises consistently deliver software faster – from code to customer – in a secure and compliant way,” said Sacha Labourey, co-founder and interim CEO, CloudBees.

Previous winners include ABN AMRO, Accenture, American Express Global Business Travel, Autodesk, BNP Paribas - CIB, Broadridge, Capital One, FIS, Internal Revenue Service, Nationwide Building Society, Tenable, TIAA and TransUnion.

The deadline to submit nominations is Aug. 5. Winners will be announced at DevOps World 2022 in Orlando, Fla. Each winning organization will be awarded two tickets to attend the conference, a trophy and a $1,000 donation to the non-profit of their choice. 

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Note: This announcement was edited on August 24, 2022 with updated information to maintain accuracy.