Portland, OR [OSCON 2011] - July 27, 2011 – WANdisco, the leading provider of Apache Subversion-based software and services for the enterprise, today announced that it has partnered with CloudBees to offer Jenkins – the number one open source continuous integration (build) server – with WANdisco’s free, open uberSVN application lifecycle management (ALM) platform for Apache Subversion. Project managers can download Jenkins, together with enterprise support, from the new WANdisco uberApps Store, which offers one-stop shopping for application lifecycle management solutions.
Jenkins is an easy-to-use, continuous integration system to manage and control the application development lifecycle, including build, documentation, testing, and packaging. It can watch for code changes in uberSVN repositories, and automatically do builds, initiate tests, notify users, roll changes backward or forward, schedule, monitor, and manage external time-based cron jobs, and perform operations on remote machines.
“WANdisco is committed to pairing uberSVN with best-of-breed software and services, so we are excited to offer the Jenkins build server as a critical component of our open ALM platform, together with enterprise support,” said David Richards, WANdisco President & CEO. “Jenkins is fast becoming the industry standard, with over 25,000 installations to date, and our uberSVN community clearly told us that it is their continuous build integration server of choice.”
“We’re very excited about this new partnership with WANdisco,” said Sacha Labourey, Founder & CEO of CloudBees. “uberSVN is a unique offering in the market and when combined with CloudBees’ Jenkins-based continuous integration solutions, it provides an incredibly easy way for uberSVN users to deploy and use Jenkins either on-premise or in the cloud with the assurance of support.”
Free Jenkins download and webinar
A free download of Jenkins for uberSVN is available in the WANdisco uberApps Store. Current uberSVN users can obtain Jenkins by clicking the “update” button in their platform console. Nectar, the highly scalable version of Jenkins for large global development teams, will also be available soon.
A free webinar about Jenkins on uberSVN will be held at 9 AM Pacific, on Sept 14th – To sign up, please go to http://www.wandisco.com/training/webinars/alm-jenkins-ubersvn-platform.
For more information about uberApps watch the two-minute video at: http://www.ubersvn.com/videos/introducing-uberapps
WANdisco is a leading provider of Apache Subversion-based software and services for the enterprise. The company’s products include: uberSVN - the new open ALM platform for Subversion, Subversion MultiSite, Subversion Access Control and Subversion Clustering. Fortune Global 1000 companies such as AT&T, Intel, Honda, Nokia, Juniper Networks and Motorola rely on WANdisco's Subversion solutions for enterprise-class performance, scalability and 24-by-7 availability. A recent Forrester Total Economic Impact (TEI) study of WANdisco's Subversion MultiSite revealed a 167% return on investment with a nine-month payback period. Subversion is recognized by Forrester as the sole leader in the Standalone Software Configuration Management (SCM) category. For more information, please visit us at: http://www.wandisco.com .
About CloudBees, Inc.
CloudBees (www.cloudbees.com) is the only cloud company focused on servicing the complete Java application lifecycle for cloud development and deployment -- without any servers, any virtual machines or any IT staff. The CloudBees platform today includes DEV@cloud, a service that lets developers take their build and test environments to the cloud, and RUN@cloud, which lets teams seamlessly deploy these applications to production on the cloud. CloudBees is also the world's premier expert on Jenkins, the most widely used continuous integration server. The company offers a Jenkins service as part of DEV@cloud, as well as an enterprise on-premise solution, Nectar, which is available as a subscription. Backed by Matrix Partners and Lightspeed Venture Partners, CloudBees was founded in 2010 by former JBoss CTO Sacha Labourey and an elite technology team.