The seal provides users with the assurance that the Private SaaS Edition has been tested and certified for use with the Red Hat OpenStack Platform. Companies should receive consistently high performance and compatibility. Private SaaS Edition allows quick deployment and deployment of Jenkins on the Red Hat OpenStack Platform.
CloudBees, the company behind open source software Jenkins, and provider of continuous delivery solutions, has now been awarded Red Hat OpenStack certification for CloudBees Jenkins Platform – Private SaaS Edition in partnership with Red Hat . The CloudBees solution is the first continuous delivery and DevOps platform certified on Red Hat OpenStack.
With the OpenStack Platform, Red Hat offers a scalable Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) solution in the form of an open and flexible private cloud platform. The certification aims to provide users with the assurance that the Private SaaS Edition has been tested and certified for use with the Red Hat OpenStack Platform, ensuring consistently high performance and compatibility.
Using the native cloud capabilities provided by the Private SaaS Edition, companies have the opportunity to use their Jenkins-based Continuous Delivery as a Service solutionmanage the benefits of a cloud-based solution such as flexibility, scalability, and integrated fault tolerance through failover. The Private SaaS Edition, according to the provider, enables the minute deployment and deployment of Jenkins on the Red Hat OpenStack Platform. Software delivery teams can set up and use Jenkins as a self-service service. Immediate, on-demand access to Jenkins resources removes resource allocation latencies, which in turn means more effective use of available project time and faster software deployment.
“Demand from companies for Jenkins-based, on-premise and sharable services has spearheaded our development of Private SaaS Edition,” said Harpreet Singh, VP of Products, CloudBees. “The Private SaaS Edition provides organizations with the ability to deploy an internally managed Jenkins as a Service solution on the Red Hat OpenStack Platform. With CloudBees and Red Hat, IT teams can provision and deploy Jenkins in minutes, scaling resources up and down as needed. This makes fast software delivery easier than ever. ”
“We are excited about CloudBees’ participation in our Red Hat Connect for Technology Partner Program,” said Mike Werner, Senior Director, Global Technology Ecosystems, Red Hat. “To get the most out of our OpenStack products and open hybrid cloud solutions for our customers, we work closely with high-tech companies like CloudBees, which provide powerful complementary solutions. We look forward to continuing to work with CloudBees as an important member of the Red Hat OpenStack ecosystem. ”
Jenkins Continuous Integration (CI) is an open source project developed for and by the Jenkins CI Community. The open-source platform for continuous integration offers more than 1000 Java-based plug-ins for setting up and testing basically any software project.
With its Connect for Technology affiliate program, Red Hat targets commercial plug-in vendors, hardware, software, or services that help customers implement cloud infrastructure solutions with Red Hat products based on OpenStack technology. The program provides partners the opportunity to gain the expertise required for Red Hat’s OpenStack technology through access to Red Hat releases and developer support. It also provides partners with valuable resources to test, certify, and make publicly available solutions that will be used in conjunction with Red Hat’s OpenStack products. Red Hat OpenStack certification or certification for other products from Red Hat’s Open Hybrid Cloud portfolio is available in theRed Hat Marketplace available.
Last week , Red Hat announced the general availability of its OpenStack Platform 8 (RHOP 8) and Red Hat Cloud Suite ahead of yesterday’s OpenStack Summit in Austin, Texas . It now offers a fully integrated hybrid cloud stack that includes the PaaS OpenShift solution for container applications, the heavily scalable IoaS RHOP 8 platform and the unified management tools Red Hat CloudForms. Customers can use the components individually or as an integrated Red Hat Cloud Suite solution to build scalable, fault-tolerant IaaS environments. The event in Austin runs until April 29th.