Have you adopted DevOps practices in your organization? If you have, are your DevOps processes helping you reach the goals of Continuous Delivery? With over 500 survey respondents, see how your organization stacks up with the 2018 Dzone Guide to DevOps survey results.

More and more organizations recognize the value of adopting DevOps practices to accelerate delivery cycles while improving quality, reliability and security. As a result, the disparities between organizations who have begun a DevOps transformation and those who have not yet are becoming more pronounced.

It seems that everyone in IT these days is talking about DevOps. From conferences to articles and books, the term DevOps has taken the IT world by storm.


The DevOps 2.0 Toolkit encompasses the full microservices development and deployment lifecycle using some of the latest and greatest practices and tools. You’ll take a look at Docker, Ansible, Ubuntu, Docker Swarm and Docker Compose, Consul and much more! You’ll go through many practices and even more tools. Learn more by downloading this latest toolkit.

With Jenkins being such a mission-critical service, enterprise IT teams rely on CloudBees® to provide features and support above and beyond what is available to them from open source. As Jenkins usage scales up in an enterprise, shared services teams begin offering CD as a Service with Jenkins. CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise is built for such teams.


Federal IT leaders have a difficult challenge when developing or enhancing applications — constituents want to consume digital services in the same way they consume them from companies in the private sector. Government must streamline and improve constituent digital interactions while efficiently delivering services and information.


Providing enhanced services and a positive customer experience require the continual delivery of new and improved software. Telcos have many challenges – improving core services, meeting demand for new services, fending off competitors – thus, telco executives demand speed from their IT teams. Teams must build, test and release software in ever-faster cycles.


The banking industry faces several challenges: ever-increasing regulation, customers who demand multi-channel experiences and disruptive innovation from within and outside of the sector. Customer loyalty is built by offering the most innovative, secure and high-quality digital interactions. In the race to offer new and enhanced services, bank executives demand speed and ongoing innovation in software applications.


Today, every vehicle is powered by millions of lines of code. Software powers everything, from safety features to body electronics. Software is also key to meeting ever-increasing regulations, satisfying customer expectations and staying ahead of intense competition.


Jenkins is one of the preeminent automation tools. Jenkins is extensible by design, using plugins. Plugins are what give Jenkins its great flexibility for automating a wide range of processes on diverse platforms. Jenkins Pipeline builds on that flexibility and rich plugin ecosystem while enabling Jenkins users to write their Jenkins automation as code. This technical guide will show a number of common use cases for plugins with Jenkins Pipeline.


Derived from the real-world DevOps transformations of Fortune 500 companies, the DevOps Quadrant Maturity Model will jumpstart your journey to DevOps success.


Download this white paper for an introduction and step-by-step guide on how to use Jenkins Pipeline.


As the practice of continuous delivery expands from individual teams to multiple teams and becomes increasingly integral to an IT organization’s ability to deliver software rapidly and reliably, continuous delivery tools and practices are shifting from the domain of development team managed solutions to cross-domain IT managed services.

What is continuous delivery? What tools and processes do you need to be success? How do you move from continuous integration to continuous delivery with minimal disruption? It’s all here in this eBook.


In this paper, we discuss how Docker and continuous delivery are coming together to accelerate innovation in software delivery.


Broad recognition of continuous delivery has benefits across the development lifecycle, but manual processes and organizational inertia stand in the way.

The Guide to DevOps and Continuous Delivery

Read this research sponsored by CloudBees and conducted by DZone. Learn what over 400 IT professionals had to say about the state of DevOps.

This EMA research report examines the factors that make DevOps and continuous delivery agents of change within the enterprise. Gain insights into the ways that DevOps practices enable continuous delivery of production-ready code.


Organizations have been orchestrating software pipelines with Jenkins for years. As Jenkins and continuous delivery experience deepens, organizations want to move beyond simple pipelines and chart complex flows to map to their specific software delivery process. For Jenkins users, creating and managing complex pipelines just became easier with Jenkins Pipeline (formerly known as Workflow). Learn what it is, what it does for you and how to automate your software delivery pipelines with it.


Automating Continuous Delivery to Solve Software Delivery Challenges

Learn more about the challenges impacting organizations and how continuous delivery processes can be a key success factor in accelerating software delivery.


Continuous delivery practices return tremendous value to an organization in the form of higher software quality, reduced costs, greater data-driven decision making, easier experimentation and overall accelerated time to value.


This paper provides a reference architecture to help admins build resilient and scalable Jenkins installations. The result is faster onboarding of projects, reduced costs and enhanced productivity.


In the mobile marketplace, releases are frequent and incremental. In this guide, we will focus on the shift to mobile development, focusing on both the manager and developer perspectives.

CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise provides enterprise features and professional support for Jenkins. This whitepaper focuses on the features offered and provides a model that can be used to evaluate total cost of ownership (TCO) from your subscription.


Jenkins is easy to set up and configure. But you will have better results and save time if you know the tips, tricks and settings to optimize your installation. This whitepaper, by Kohsuke Kawaguchi, Jenkins founder, offers seven best practices to ensure that Jenkins is optimally configured.