DLT partners with CloudBees to provide continuous delivery (CD) and continuous integration (CI) solutions to the government. Our partnership enables IT organizations to respond rapidly to the software delivery needs by utilizing CloudBees’ Jenkins CI, the world’s most popular open source continuous integration (CI) server. The CloudBees Continuous Delivery Platform provides a wide range of CD solutions for use on-premise and in the cloud that meet the unique security, scalability and manageability needs of enterprises.
CloudBees is building the world’s first end-to-end automated software delivery system, enabling companies to balance governance and developer freedom.
Organizations need to scale CD to a multitude of teams without increasing the administrative burden. In addition, they need to ensure security and compliance without inhibiting productivity. Finally, enterprises have diverse software portfolios that may consist of modern applications utilizing a microservices architecture with containers, as well as legacy applications built on outdated technology.
The answer to these needs is CloudBees Core™ – a CI/CD automation engine with the flexibility to support diverse software portfolios and the unified governance required by growing organizations. Based on Jenkins, CloudBees Core extends Jenkins with functionality that embeds best practices, rapid onboarding, security and compliance. It provides a shared, centrally-managed CI/CD service but delivers a self-service experience for engineering teams.
Product and engineering leaders continue to struggle with measuring and managing their software delivery capability. Additionally, engineering teams lack visibility across the development process to help in their day-to-day activities, as well as understand what other teams are doing. Compiling data across the various sources is often a manual, intensive effort that makes it difficult to reliably track DevOps performance. Even after investing in DevOps tools, they still face the challenges of:
DevOptics solves these challenges by being the only solution purpose-built to provide visibility into collaborative delivery and DevOps performance. DevOptics let’s you map and visualize end-to-end software value streams with actionable insights to measure, manage and optimize software delivery across teams, improve DevOps performance and drive more value through faster business innovation.
CloudBees Jenkins Support is the solution to Jenkins’ struggles with reliability, performance and compliance. CloudBees Jenkins Support provides the only fully-supported distribution of Jenkins with curated plugins, proactive security fixes and expert support. Rigorously tested for quality and interoperability by the CloudBees engineering team, users are provided with enterprise-proven recommended configurations and a guided upgrade path. With 24×7 support from Jenkins experts, development teams gain peace of mind because critical delivery pipelines won’t be delayed by Jenkins downtime.
Teams are under more pressure than ever today to move their workloads to the cloud, deliver software faster, innovate constantly and modernize their continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) practices. As a result, teams often spend weeks, sometimes months, getting approval to use and then manually configure all of the tools required to develop and continuously deliver modern cloud applications. Now, with Jenkins X, all the automation you need to quickly and continuously deliver your application comes out of the box. Jenkins X automates all your CI/CD needs on Kubernetes and helps your team accelerate the delivery of value to your customers with:
CloudBees Jenkins X Support gets you access to on-call technical assistance and expertise for any issues that may arise with Jenkins X so your teams can continue focusing on pushing revenue-generating features to production with peace of mind. Get even more value out of Jenkins X with the experts from CloudBees behind you.
CloudBees Jenkins Distribution provides development teams with a highly dependable, secure, Jenkins environment built on the most recent supported Jenkins Long-Term Support (LTS) release.
An automated setup helps teams get started quickly. By simplifying the initial setup, CloudBees Jenkins Distribution puts users on a stable and secure path to CI/CD with:
CloudBees Accelerator is a build and test acceleration platform for make-based, Android AOSP, Embedded Linux, BitBake, and Visual Studio build environments that intelligently and automatically parallelizes software tasks across clusters of physical or cloud CPUs to dramatically lower build and test cycle times.
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CloudBees Flow is the industry’s first unified Application Release Orchestration platform built for DevOps at enterprise scale.
For organizations aiming to drive IT efficiency and release software as the business demands, CloudBees Flow can help by automating and orchestrating software releases, pipelines, and deployments – personalized for each user – with the analytics and insight to measure, track and improve results.
CloudBees CodeShip is the SaaS continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) solution that empowers engineering teams to implement and optimize CI and CD in the cloud. You can develop everything from simple web applications to modern microservice architectures to achieve fast, secure and frequent code delivery.
With continuous delivery solutions, your agency can orchestrate the complete software delivery life cycle with Jenkins. Continuous delivery encompasses the set of activities you use to ensure you are able to deploy code and configuration changes into production at all times. The CloudBees Continuous Delivery Platform can be implemented in the following environments:
The Jenkins Continuous Integration (CI) server can manage and control development lifecycle processes of all kinds, including build, document, test, package, and static analysis. Written in Java, the Jenkins software is the #1 open-source continuous integration tool. Jenkins supports two main functions to improve code quality: Ongoing building and testing and monitoring the execution of externally-run jobs.