Topic: cloudbees

Keeping a competitive edge with Continuous Delivery

Businesses want to stay competitive, but in today’s world of software development it can be a struggle. In order to be successful, businesses need to deliver software that loads quickly, performs well, and provides a great user experience, and they have to do it fast. It is no longer acceptable for a business to deliver … continue reading

CloudBees raises $23.5 million

CloudBees, Inc., the Enterprise Jenkins Company and continuous delivery leader, today announced a $23.5 million financing round, led by longtime CloudBees investor Lightspeed Venture Partners. Existing investors Matrix Partners, Verizon Ventures and Blue Cloud Ventures also participated in the round. The latest funding announcement follows earlier rounds of $4 million, $10.5 million and $10.8 million, bringing … continue reading

CloudBees drops its enterprise PaaS

CloudBees (the Java PaaS company) is no more. It has now become an enterprise Jenkins company. Until now defined as a Java PaaS for mobile and Web deployment and delivery, CloudBees announced it’s shuttering its Run@cloud offering for enterprise Java developers. The company will transition completely to Continuous Delivery with a focus on Jenkins, the … continue reading

CloudBees pushes hard for continuous deployment

New platform is based on Jenkins, and was created with collaboration from Opscode and Puppet Labs … continue reading

JavaOne’s main course: Platform changes

Closures and a merging of Java SE/ME were forecasted for Java developers, while Oracle showed off Java SE 8 … continue reading

Look what 2011 washed in: Breakthroughs in the cloud

Businesses loved the cloud in 2010; in 2011, developers learned to love it too … continue reading

The top five platform-as-a-service offerings you should know about

From Ruby to Java to Python, these platforms provide something for every developer, but which provide the most features? … continue reading

CloudBees creates Java development platform in the cloud

The company is offering a Hudson-as-a-Service build system that charges by the minute instead of by the server … continue reading

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