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CloudBees Launches Kubernetes Application on Google Cloud Platform Marketplace


CloudBees offers enterprises a simple way to run their Jenkins-based
software delivery pipelines on-premise and in the cloud by leveraging
Google Cloud Platform and Kubernetes

the enterprise DevOps leader powering the continuous economy, today
announced it is introducing a commercial Kubernetes-native application
available immediately in the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) Marketplace.
The new offering will provide users with end-to-end coverage of all
software delivery pipelines. With the launch of the GCP Marketplace, for
the first time ever, commercial Kubernetes applications are available to
deploy with one click to Google Kubernetes Engine. CloudBees, a Google
Technical Partner, is also a sponsor of Google
, July 24-26, Booth 3017, Moscone West.

GCP Marketplace is based on a multi-cloud and hybrid-first philosophy,
focused on giving Google Cloud partners and enterprise customers
flexibility without lock-in. It also helps customers innovate by easily
adopting new technologies from ISV partners, such as commercial
Kubernetes-native applications, and allows companies to oversee the full
lifecycle of a solution from discovery through management.

Today, DevOps software delivery pipelines represent a tremendous compute
workload. For example, users of Jenkins, the most popular open source
continuous delivery server, run over 19 million jobs, monthly, on
725,000+ servers*. CloudBees Core offers deep integration with
Kubernetes and a way for IT organizations to leverage investments in all
environments – on-premise and in the cloud – to run DevOps workloads,
with no changes required. This provides a highway to Kubernetes adoption
for IT organizations by allowing any developer, not just those doing
cloud native development, to realize the benefits of automatic
scalability, elasticity and portability.

"At CloudBees we like to say that ‘every business is a software
business.' With the rapid adoption of Kubernetes this statement is
becoming truer than ever; opening the doors to digital transformation
for enterprises large and small," said Jason Mero, vice president of
business development, CloudBees. "The ability to easily deploy CloudBees
Core on Kubernetes in a single click significantly reduces the overhead
required to manage an enterprise continuous delivery platform that is
vital to adopting a DevOps culture and transforming the business."

"To remain competitive and deliver on user demands, organizations
adopting cloud need ready access to trusted, tested and portable
applications that can run across their entire infrastructure. At Google
Cloud, we strive to make it as easy as possible for customers of all
sizes to deploy, purchase and manage leading solutions in the cloud,"
said Jennifer Lin, director of product management, Google Cloud. "The
availability of commercial Kubernetes applications from providers like
CloudBees is a critical part of extending enterprise investments and can
simplify adoption of container-based infrastructure no matter what
environment they operate in, either on-premise or in the public cloud."

*Number of projects and nodes are from active installations (those
that report back to the Jenkins project) as of June 30, 2018.
provided by the Jenkins project

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About CloudBees

CloudBees is powering the continuous economy by building the world's
first end-to-end system for automating software delivery, the CloudBees
Suite. The CloudBees Suite builds on emerging DevOps practices and
continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) automation
adding a layer of governance, visibility and insights necessary to
achieve optimum efficiency and control new risks. Since every company in
the world is now a software company, this new automated software
delivery system will become the most mission-critical business system in
the modern enterprise. As today's clear leader in continuous CI/CD,
CloudBees is uniquely positioned to define and lead the automated
software delivery category. CloudBees puts companies on the fastest path
to transforming great ideas into great software and returning value to
the business more quickly.

Backed by Matrix Partners, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Verizon
Ventures, Delta-v Capital, Golub Capital and Unusual Ventures, CloudBees
was founded in 2010 by former JBoss CTO Sacha Labourey and an elite team
of continuous integration, continuous delivery and DevOps professionals.
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