Don’t get stung by the challenges of implementing continuous delivery improvements in your organization!
At this very moment, software development and deployment practices are shifting monumentally…to the cloud!
More and more organizations are jumping on the Continuous Delivery bandwagon to remain competitive. As they do so, they use Jenkins to on-board teams and to orchestrate their continuous delivery pipelines.
Mobile application development moves fast. To build and deliver at a pace that meets real world expectations, you need to implement a continuous build, test and deploy approach. The cloud offers instant and scalable infrastructure to test and deploy your mobile applications in the cloud.
Please join Ophir Prusak, SVP digital marketing of BlazeMeter and Mark Prichard, senior director of product management at CloudBees, to show you how you can configure a highly-scalable, cloud-based continuous integration and load-testing platform in just a few minutes.
Would you like to be able to build and run applications in the cloud? Are you hesitating, because you don’t know what is involved or where to start?
Delivering value to the business faster thanks to Continuous Delivery and DevOps is the new mantra of IT organizations. In this webinar, CloudBees discusses how Jenkins, the most popular open source Continuous Integration tool, allows DevOps teams to implement Continuous Delivery.
CloudBees Continuous Delivery Platform, fondandosi su Jenkins CI, lo strumento open source più diffuso di Continuous Delivery, fornisce una vasta gamma di soluzioni CD. Utilizzabili in locale o sul cloud, soddisfano le necessità specifiche aziendali di sicurezza, affidabilità e facilità d’uso.
CloudBees Jenkins Operations Center is the central location to manage any number of Jenkins masters within the organization and reduce infrastructure costs by sharing executors across masters.
Jenkins and Chef are two of the most popular OSS tools used to deliver software in tandem. Jenkins is used in delivery pipelines where development teams build, test, and deliver software to artifact repositories…
Jenkins, the world’s leading open source continuous integration server, and IBM UrbanCode Deploy can be used together to automate the end-to-end continuous delivery process…
Jenkins and Puppet are two of the most popular OSS tools used to deliver software. They are chained together in delivery pipelines where development teams use Jenkins to build, test and deliver software to a binary repository and then the ops team uses these bits and deploys them to production…
You’re likely using Puppet to manage your infrastructure today. As the pace of change increases, you need to continuously — and reliably — deploy updates to infrastructure components…
Continuous Delivery: Driving Business Agility, Improving Business Execution and Decreasing Time to Market
In today’s world fast paced business innovation driven by mobile, cloud and omniprestent connectivity, every organization is trying to reach new markets and interact with customers in new and exciting ways…
In the unforgiving mobile marketplace, errors can impact the quality of your application and will quickly result in bad ratings and lost opportunity…
The latest Enterprise Management Associate (EMA) research on DevOps and Continuous Delivery is revealing some surprising facts and trends. Did you know, for example, that there is a strong correlation between frequency of code delivery and revenue growth?
HA! HA! HA! No More Jenkins Downtime!
Come and discover how the new workflow engine of Jenkins CI and its Groovy-based DSL…
Join Sauce Labs and CloudBees as we demonstrate how easy it is to run Selenium and Jenkins in the cloud, using services from both companies.
How to do Continuous Load Testing - Featuring Latest Technology from SOASTA CloudTest, CloudBees & Jenkins CI
Two key challenges to continuous load testing are provisioning a test system to handle the load and accessing load generators to drive the traffic…
Jenkins core architect, Kohsuke Kawaguchi asserts, “Continuous Integration is synonymous with automation.” However, CI for mobile poses a challenge because to accurately test a mobile application, you must install and run it on real mobile devices, typically a manual process.
Jenkins project just held a Jenkins User Conference in Palo Alto this past October, and attached to that event was the Jenkins Scalability Summit, an event hosted by Black Diamond Software and CloudBees. The Summit was a smaller gathering of serious large-scale Jenkins users.
Delivering value to the business fast is the mantra of most enterprises today. While many technical teams are coming to grips with continuous integration (CI), they are now being challenged to extend CI to continuous delivery. To get there, teams need enterprise-grade automated testing, CI and automated deployments.
The right cultural values and processes alone cannot keep pace with the demands for application delivery speed. Automation technology is the engine that drives faster application delivery. The new Workflow feature is that engine in Jenkins.
Join New Relic and CloudBees for an in-depth look at monitoring the performance of mobile applications’ interaction with cloud-based, back-end services.
The need for enterprises to build great products and improve time-to-market has become more important than ever. Often, significant problems are discovered during the integration or hardening phase of a software delivery.
This webinar is the third in our Running a Production Jenkins Instance series.
This webinar is the second in our Running a Production Jenkins Instance series. With over 600 plugins, Jenkins CI is the most popular continuous integration development platform.
Join Mark Prichard, senior director of product management, CloudBees, and Andrew Phillips, VP product management, XebiaLabs, as they build a continuous delivery pipeline from scratch in simple, easy-to-follow steps.
Enterprises maintain a competitive edge by delivering fast business value to the market, but rapid change can easily cause instability and jeopardize an enterprise’s reputation within their market. That’s why many organizations are turning to continuous delivery.