CloudBees Core for Google Kubernetes Engine

Native to Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE)

For organizations modernizing their application architecture with containerization, CloudBees Core is a proven, fully-featured, cloud native continuous delivery (CD) solution. Built on Jenkins, it provides a shared, centrally managed, CD platform to onboard teams and projects in a true self-service model. CloudBees Core leverages deep integrations with GKE, simplifies management and adds a layer of security and compliance.

CloudBees Core - Native to Google Cloud

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Key Benefits Include

Scalable and resilient

Access an unlimited number of Jenkins masters and agents to match your workload. Critical CI/CD pipelines are resilient to failure and available when most needed.

Self-service CD

Quickly onboard teams and provision masters with a few clicks. Install and manage CloudBees Core directly through GKE to continuously deliver at enterprise scale.

Control of pipelines and jobs

Utilize a very sophisticated authorization strategy to reduce risks in software delivery by ensuring credentials and resources are not misused.

CD for all your applications

One CI/CD solution for all your applications - not just modern apps! Develop and deploy regardless of whether apps are cloud native or legacy.

Key Features Include

Leverage Kubernetes & Docker

Autoscales up and down, on-demand, with elasticity at the cluster level. Health checks identify failing pods and spin up replacements as needed.

Simplified management

Clean, elegant, intuitive user experience and centralized management of managed masters. Direct integrations with GKE.

Security and compliance

CloudBees Role-Based Access Control plus additional security features enable permissions to be defined by user, team, agents, folders and jobs.

Support modern and legacy applications

Modern apps can run on cloud native architecture for scalability and elasticity. Legacy apps can also benefit by utilizing the power of Kubernetes for CI/CD workloads.