CloudBees is a former platform as a service cloud provider that now focuses on open source continuous integration. The company's open source continuous integration tool, Jenkins, is the focal point of CloudBees' services.
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Continuous integration rapidly and repeatedly tests changes to code for defects in order to fix or correct them as soon as possible. CloudBees' three main products include on-premises services Jenkins Enterprise, Jenkins Operations Center, and its cloud service DEV@Cloud.
CloudBees divides its plug-ins into five categories: continuous delivery, high availability, large implementations, security and optimized utilization. The Jenkins Enterprise plug-ins are used to manage large jobs and optimize existing on-premises services and security. CloudBees' Jenkins Operation Center is an on-premises plug-in for building Jenkins infrastructure at scale. DEV@Cloud is a multi-tenant hosted Jenkins cloud service that CloudBees manages.
Enterprises and organizations choose CloudBees to automate previously manual jobs to save time and lower costs with continuous integration and delivery.
In September 2014, CloudBees discontinued its platform as a service, RUN@Cloud, to focus on Jenkins continuous integration. CloudBees now partners with Pivotal Labs and uses Cloud Foundry as its PaaS. The company's commercial continuous integration product, Jenkins Enterprise, is available as an add-on for Pivotal CF.
Integrated services for its continuous delivery platform include:
- BlazeMeter: PaaS for load testing
- Centrify: Software as a service (SaaS) that provides single sign-on for identity services.
- CloudForge: cloud development platform
- Google App Engine: Google's PaaS
- JFrog: SaaS that provides a cloud repository
- Okta: cloud service for enterprise identity management
- OneLogin: service for cloud identity management
- Pivotal Web Services: cloud services that builds, deploys and scales applications
- Sauce Labs: cloud platform for Web and application testing
- SonarSource Community Edition: source code management platform
- XWiki Cloud: cloud-based wiki development platform
Founded by Sacha Labourey in 2010, CloudBees is based in Lewes, Del.; and has other offices in San Francisco; Richmond, Va.; and Brussels, Belgium. According to its website, CloudBees' customers include Acxiom, ARTstor, Choose Digital, Dominion Marine Media, Global Bank, Groupe Adeo, jclouds, Leading Semiconductor Manufacturer, Movellas, Netflix, Neustar, Service-Flow, TeleStax, Universal Places, Viridity Energy and VX Company.
CloudBees' gold service partners include Actus, Addteq, Amazic, Black Diamond Software, Byte-Code, Cachet Software Solutions Ltd, codecentric, Cybage, Diabol AB, DLT Solutions, Eliassen Group, Emerasoft Srl, eSynergy Solutions, Forest Technologies, Grid Dynamics, LCN Services LLC, MomentumSI, OCTO Technology, opensourceArchitect, People10, SFEIR, Shift Inc., Tier 2 Consulting Limited, Vivat Inc., VX Company, Xebia, Xplore Group, Zenika. And its silver partners include GerritForge, MidVision, Open Software Integrators, Ranger4, sourcefactory GmbH, TNG Technology Consulting GmbH.