iTMethods expands DevOps SaaS Platform – an integrated toolchain of DevOps tools – in partnership with CloudBees to offer customers CloudBees Core, CloudBees Support for Jenkins and CloudBees DevOptics
DEVOPS WORLD | JENKINS WORLD – San Francisco, CA – September 18, 2018 – iTMethods announced today the expansion of its Cloud-native DevOps SaaS Platform – designed to enable companies to accelerate DevOps processes and stay competitive. The news was announced at DevOps World | Jenkins World, the annual gathering of DevOps practitioners in the world. The conference, held at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis, is the largest gathering of Jenkins users in the world and is a multi-day event comprised of sessions, workshops, training and other learning opportunities.
“Today we are thrilled to announce the full support and the addition of CloudBees Core (on AWS Elastic Kubernetes Service), Jenkins Open Source with CloudBees Jenkins Support and CloudBees DevOptics to the DevOps SaaS Platform. Within our platform, customers are able to rapidly deploy CloudBees Core on Kubernetes for larger teams. Smaller teams that don’t require the enterprise capabilities of CloudBees Core can enjoy the benefits of deploying on Jenkins Open Source. With CloudBees products, DevOps SaaS Platform by iTMethods increases the speed of DevOps adoption and overcomes the resource and complexity challenges by streamlining support, maintenance, upgrades, and delivering the best practices insight.” said Paul Goldman, CEO of iTMethods
DevOps SaaS Platform integrates all the DevOps tools companies want to utilize in the automated toolchain, allowing for a better and faster software delivery to drive positive business outcomes. Delivered by the focused team of experts and powered by Amazon Web Services (AWS), DevOps SaaS Platform offers the best in Enterprise-grade security, continuous DevOps tools improvement and flexibility to changing requirements.
“Services like DevOps SaaS Platform by iTMethods expands options for Jenkins users to choose how to consume software like Jenkins and enabling enterprises to decide how best to enhance productivity and stay focused on what really matters,” said Kohsuke Kawaguchi, CTO of CloudBees and founder of the Jenkins project.
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About iTMethods Inc.
iTMethods helps leading companies accelerate their software delivery capabilities through DevOps SaaS Platform, our Enterprise SaaS offering, featuring CloudBees, Jenkins and other leading tools deployed to each customer’s specific requirements, including security, scalability and full support on AWS 24/7.
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