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Parkerson, Stuart (13 December 2014). "New CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise and Operations Center Announced". App Developer Magazine . Retrieved 17 April 2015. Adrian Bridgwater (September 30, 2021). "CloudBees combs code to sweeten continuous compliance". Computer Weekly . Retrieved July 15, 2022.
a b c Wolpe, Toby (11 September 2014). "Jenkins is now sole focus for CloudBees as it drops PaaS and teams up with Pivotal". ZDNet . Retrieved 17 April 2015.Hurst, Aaron (4 August 2022). "Anuj Kapur named new CloudBees president and CEO". Information Age . Retrieved 5 August 2022. CloudBees was founded in 2010 by Sacha Labourey and Francois Dechery. Later that year, CloudBees acquired InfraDNA, a company run by Kohsuke Kawaguchi, the creator of Jenkins.  
Leonard, John (7 February 2018). "As CloudBees acquires Codeship, what's next for DevOps? Computing talks to the two CEOs". Computing . Retrieved 16 March 2018.In September 2014, CloudBees stopped offering runtime PaaS services and began to focus on its enterprise Jenkins for on-premises and cloud-based continuous delivery.   Also in 2014, Kohsuke Kawaguchi, the lead developer and founder of Jenkins, became CloudBees' CTO.   a b c Alspach, Kyle (14 November 2014). "CloudBees Has Quietly Moved Its HQ to San Francisco". BostInno . Retrieved 17 April 2015. CloudBees is an enterprise software delivery company.     Sacha Labourey and Francois Dechery co-founded the company in early 2010, and investors include Matrix Partners, Lightspeed Venture Partners, HSBC, Verizon Ventures, Golub Capital, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, and Bridgepoint Group.       
Fay, Joe (23 February 2016). "Cloudbees Serves Up Jenkins Private SaaSy Style". The Register . Retrieved 5 May 2016. In 2016, the company added a Software as a Service (SaaS) version of its continuous delivery software.  Lewes, DE, Richmond, VA, Berlin, London, and Neuchâtel, Switzerland.  CloudBees' software originally included a Platform as a Service offering, which let developers use Jenkins in the cloud, along with an on-premise version of Jenkins with additional functions for enterprise companies. In 2020, CloudBees also introduced a Software Delivery Automation platform.   History [ edit ]