CloudBees CSO Joins the Vendor Forum
August 10, 2021
Pete Goldin

Sacha Labourey, Chief Strategy Officer and Co-Founder of CloudBees, has joined the DEVOPSdigest Vendor Forum.

Sacha Labourey is co-founder and chief strategy officer at CloudBees, the enterprise software delivery company. Labourey has been an active leader in open source software for 20 years, with roles ranging from development to integration to partnerships. A native of Neuchâtel, Switzerland, he learned to found a business by launching his own consulting firm while still working toward his Master's degree in computer science from Swiss science and technology university EPFL. Labourey was a core contributor to Marc Fleury’s JBoss project, implementing its original clustering features. When JBoss became a business, he founded JBoss’ European headquarters in 2003 and served as GM for Europe and then CTO. Red Hat acquired both JBoss and Sacha in 2006, making him GM of their middleware division. It was from Neuchâtel that he founded CloudBees with François Déchery in 2010.

CloudBees, the enterprise software delivery company, provides a DevOps technology platform. CloudBees enables developers to focus on what they do best: Build stuff that matters, while providing peace of mind to management with powerful risk mitigation, compliance and governance tools. Used by many of the Fortune 100, CloudBees is helping thousands of companies harness the power of continuous everything and gets them on the fastest path from a great idea, to great software, to amazing customer experiences, to being a business that changes lives.

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