CloudBees Core for Pivotal Cloud Foundry Released
December 12, 2018

CloudBees announced that CloudBees Core for Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) is available for download from Pivotal Services Marketplace, a trusted source to help PCF customers understand, install and succeed with platform add-on services.

With CloudBees Core, Pivotal Cloud Foundry customers can leverage dynamic continuous integration and continuous delivery workloads no matter where they are running them, whether on-premise or in the cloud.

CloudBees Core is a cloud native, continuous delivery solution that can be hosted on-premise or in the cloud. It provides a shared, centrally managed, self-service experience for development teams. CloudBees Core is fully compatible with Pivotal Container Service (PKS) and customers now have a wider range of platforms to target for application delivery.

“The ability to respond to user feedback and ship new application code to production quickly and safely are table stakes for any successful cloud native enterprise. Continuous integration and continuous delivery play an important role in this process, allowing teams to dramatically speed up testing new application code and readying it for production deployment,” said Chad Sakac, SVP Alliances, Pivotal. “We’re excited to collaborate with CloudBees to bring the CloudBees Core solution directly to our customers, and help start automating their software delivery pipelines.”

“Availability of CloudBees Core on the Pivotal Services Marketplace makes it easy for Pivotal and CloudBees customers to access CloudBees Core, expanding their options to get our software,” said Jason Mero, VP of BD and Technical Alliances at CloudBees. “Deep integrations with cloud native platforms like Pivotal Cloud Foundry allow IT teams to manage CloudBees Core just like any other business-critical application they are running on the platform.”

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