Jenkins is arguably one of the most popular development tools on the planet, with tens of thousands of instances in use and a growing community of more than 11.5 million users.
However, as teams, environments, projects and market pressures increase, it’s easy for some of the Jenkins-related maintenance to grow burdensome. Scaling Jenkins usage across a growing enterprise, without affecting the security or stability of its software development lifecycle (SDLC) is challenging!
In working with many of the Fortune 100 enterprises, CloudBees identified the five most common reasons organizations look for enterprise-grade Jenkins solutions that builds on their existing investment:
Your Jenkins instance is fragile, so you avoid upgrades and changes.
You have lost track or control over which plugins are being used or should be used.
You experience multiple outages and restarts that take 20 minutes or longer.
Your teams are on their own “Islands of Jenkins.”
You have concerns over security and credential management is out of control.
Read this eBook to further explore what these issues are and how to remedy them.