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CloudBees Releases Jenkins-based Platform For CDaaS (theregister.co.uk) 17

An anonymous reader writes: As a way to address the many challenges associated with supporting DevOps and adopting Continuous Delivery (CD), CloudBees has released a new Jenkins platform to help teams deliver software.The new platform provides other cloud-native capabilities, including Docker deployment and Mesos large-scale cluster management, which will allow enterprises to run and manage Jenkins across the enterprise on their own private cloud, or by using dedicated AWS resources.
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CloudBees Releases Jenkins-based Platform For CDaaS

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  • "Pricing starts at US $121,000 per year..." I am always astonished at what people can charge for what is essentially tech-support for pre-installed open source software. Sounds like someone has pioneered PGaaS (Price-Gouging as a Service).

  • New Slashdot Owner: This service is so super-specialised and expensive, most Slashdotters will have no interest in it. Its unusual that it made the front page.

    Since you're quite vocal here, so can you post some sort of assurance posts like these aren't 'sponsored' in some way. If sponsored posts exist, can we have a yellow 'sponsored' box around them? Like Google does? Please?

    • New Slashdot Owner: This service is so super-specialised and expensive, most Slashdotters will have no interest in it. Its unusual that it made the front page.

      Actually, I kind of like to read an occasional headline that means absolutely nothing to me. Usually, even in the most jargon-laced headline, I can suss out a few terms that give me a vague impression of what the story's about. This one might as well have been Middle Egyptian, and that's kind of cool.

  • by Anonymous Coward

    What does this even mean? It's filled with more buzzwords and jargon than the law allows.

    • What does this even mean? It's filled with more buzzwords and jargon than the law allows.

      You do not really want to know: this is the new release for a bloatware that unfortunately has no usable equivalent

    • It's pure Jenkem

  • Why is this even approved as a submit? If I had seen this on Firehose, I would have modded it spam.

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