New Version of CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise Announced
September 06, 2017

CloudBees announced a new version of CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise, introducing a new, intuitive user experience.

Designed for agile teams, CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise enhances the ability to build software in a repeatable, standardized manner, while giving teams the flexibility to choose the right tools for each project. The new user experience enables agile enterprises to expand their DevOps initiatives by providing an intuitive interface that helps teams become productive immediately.

As DevOps needs rapidly evolve, enterprises require confidence that they are equipping their teams with the most feature-rich, reliable and secure Jenkins-based continuous delivery platform possible. With the new version of CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise, enterprises can onboard new projects and new teams quickly, via pre-configured security and built-in integrations to code repositories. This fast setup enables organizations to accelerate their DevOps journey.

The updated CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise equips development teams with more integrations than ever before. It offers integrations to more than 1,400 DevOps tools and technologies, providing a way for enterprises to standardize and share best practices which, in turn, drives consistency and aligns teams around common goals across the organization. With the new version, companies can break down silos and streamline their development practices.

Teams using CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise can rapidly increase the speed of software delivery by:

- Easily collaborating on software delivery projects

- Onboarding new teams and starting projects within minutes

- Creating a standard software delivery pipeline using DevOps best practices

- Eliminating setup and administration complexity that take focus away from software delivery

These improvements in the CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise user experience preserve the flexibility of Jenkins for use by any new team - whether they are building a shared web service, a mobile app or embedded software - while completely deploying the needed infrastructure and software behind-the-scenes with the CloudBees Distributed Pipeline Architecture. This environment is separate and secure, protecting continuity of each team from one another, yet allows a standardized way to deploy and manage organization-wide standards on a scalable, shared infrastructure.

“Continuous delivery is helping organizations turn their digital transformation dreams into reality. It gives them the speed and agility to spin up new application projects that deliver value and support the business needs," said Harpreet Singh, VP of Products, CloudBees. “CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise helps companies quickly onboard teams, align priorities and streamline the software delivery pipeline, while empowering teams with the flexibility to respond to the changing needs of the business.”

Share this

Industry News

March 26, 2020

Redgate’s new SQL Monitor now ensures that DevOps teams can monitor and track deployments at all times.

March 26, 2020

Split Software announced a two-way data integration with Google Analytics that can instantly detect performance issues caused by new features.

March 26, 2020

Cloudreach earned the Kubernetes on Microsoft Azure advanced specialization.

March 25, 2020

Informatica updated its Intelligent Data Platform, powered by Informatica's AI-powered CLAIRE engine, with advanced intelligence and automation capabilities, enabling enterprises to accelerate cloud analytics modernization, drive better customer experiences, and properly govern and manage all their data.

March 25, 2020

Datical released Targeted Rollback capabilities for Liquibase, the rapidly growing open-source tool that helps application developers track, version and deploy database schema changes quickly and safely.

March 25, 2020

HashiCorp raised $175 million in Series E funding, at a company valuation of $5.1 billion.

March 24, 2020

Sysdig launched PromCat.io.

March 24, 2020

Sonatype announced expanded language coverage within Nexus Lifecycle to include Conan (C/C++), Composer (PHP), and RubyGems (Ruby), including the ability to create and contextually enforce policies.

March 24, 2020

Swimlane joined the Chronicle Index Partner program as part of a broader industry effort to help customers improve visibility of and response to cyber threats.

March 23, 2020

Portshift introduced Kubei Open Source container scanning software.

March 23, 2020

Perspecta achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) DevOps Competency status.

March 23, 2020

Talend announced the availability of Talend Cloud in Microsoft Azure Marketplace, an online store providing applications and services for use on Azure.

March 19, 2020

DevOps Institute, a global member-based association for advancing the human elements of DevOps, announced eight Virtual SKILup Day micro-conferences starting April 30, 2020.

March 19, 2020

Oteemo, an enterprise DevSecOps and Cloud Native Transformation consultancy, launched an enterprise kubernetes and cloud native learning program.

March 19, 2020

Spectro Cloud, an enterprise cloud-native infrastructure company, emerged from stealth and unveiled its first product: Spectro Cloud.