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Company Overview of Cloud Bees, Inc.
Cloud Bees, Inc. provides Java Platform as a Service (PaaS) solutions to build, run, and manage Java applications in the cloud. It offers CloudBees, a development and runtime environment for JVM-based applications hosted in the cloud and delivered to as a Java PaaS. The company also provides Jenkins Enterprise, a continuous integration (CI) solution for enterprises built on top of Jenkins, a CI server; Bullhorn, a Web-based software for staffing and recruiting agencies; and Continuous Cloud Delivery that enables development teams to push application changes and deploy the resulting code to production via the cloud. It serves enterprises and ISVs. Cloud Bees, Inc. was founded in 2010 and is b...
Woburn, MA 01801
Founded in 2010
Key Executives for Cloud Bees, Inc.
Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Senior Vice President of Products
Vice President of International Business Development
Vice President of Engineering
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Cloud Bees, Inc. Key Developments
Orbitz Transforms Software Delivery with CloudBees Jenkins Platform
Sep 17 15
CloudBees Inc. announced that Orbitz Worldwide is using advanced technology to support its goal of transforming the way consumers plan and purchase travel. Orbitz has adopted continuous delivery practices and is using the CloudBees Jenkins Platform as the foundation for its software delivery process automation, enabling Orbitz to lead in a highly crowded online travel industry. Orbitz adopted continuous delivery to accelerate the software delivery process and make it more efficient. In implementing continuous delivery, Orbitz has automated testing, ensured reliable builds and increased build consistency across the organization. As part of the move to continuous delivery, Orbitz added the CloudBees Jenkins Platform to its IT environment to provide a common place for continuous integration and the release of software to production, which was vital to shortening delivery cycles.
CloudBees Inc. Announces its CloudBees Jenkins Platform Now Runs on AWS
Jun 23 15
CloudBees Inc. announced its CloudBees Jenkins Platform now runs on AWS. The extension is a new level of integration that enables customers to easily install the CloudBees Jenkins Platform and run it on Amazon Web Services’ EC2 cloud service. The release of the CloudBees Jenkins Platform images on AWS benefits customers of both companies. It offers CloudBees customers the ability to scale their CD deployments by shifting Jenkins’ compute-intensive jobs and resources to Amazon’s EC2 cloud, thus leveraging the elasticity offered by the cloud. It also enables AWS customers using EC2 to use enterprise-level Jenkins solutions in their software delivery processes. A deeper integration brings the capability of elastic slaves running on Amazon EC2 to Jenkins and, more importantly, lets organizations easily manage integration across all Jenkins masters centrally from the CloudBees Jenkins Platform. In addition, developers can use the AWS Command Line Interface from within Jenkins to interact with AWS services, including Amazon EC2, S3, Route53 and Lambda. The CloudBees solutions help operations teams quickly deliver Jenkins services to developers and leverage AWS to deliver software faster.
Neustar Accelerates Software Delivery with CloudBees's Continuous Delivery Solution
May 27 15
CloudBees, Inc. announced that Neustar, Inc. has accelerated software delivery by adopting continuous delivery with CloudBees and Jenkins. Neustar has leveraged continuous delivery practices with CloudBees and Jenkins to shorten development times by 25%, increase build frequency by a factor of four and significantly reduce its IT infrastructure overhead. Using CloudBees’ hosted Jenkins for continuous delivery, Neustar produced tangible results such as: Infrastructure maintenance overhead reduced: Previously, three engineers worked full time maintaining Jenkins instances and builds; now one developer handles the responsibility, part time. Development time reduced 25%: According to Jason Shawn, the staff eliminated many problems that used to cause builds to fail. Builds are being run four times as frequently: Many jobs that used to run nightly now run three or four times a day, and other jobs that ran only periodically, on demand, are now running nightly.
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