One Continuous Cloud to Deliver Them All
DevOps just got easier. Development and DevOps teams have a variety of tools at their disposal for building, testing and deploying digital experiences and applications for their customers. Some teams have deployed tools to help with continuous delivery workflow and automation, while others are just getting started. Teams extending these capabilities to digital experiences may require options to use integrated tools or to extend existing workflows to their digital experience development process. Bottom line is automating the end-to-end process can get complex and become a major task in itself.
Just a few weeks ago, Acquia announced the launch of Acquia Cloud CD, a continuous delivery service that integrates pipelines to automate build test processes and self-service, ‘production-like’ environments. Now, developers and DevOps teams can build, test and launch new, high-quality digital experiences faster and with greater quality using tools fully integrated with Acquia Cloud.
With Acquia Cloud CD’s release, we enabled users to integrate existing pipeline tools through the Acquia Cloud CD API. Now developers and DevOps teams can implement other pipeline tools to integrate their existing workflows and processes within Acquia Cloud CD. DevOps teams can enable self-service continuous environments for increased speed of collaboration, governance, security and quality of delivery -- faster and easier than ever before.
Acquia delivers flexibility for customers with our native pipelines capability to orchestrate development and testing, and use existing tools like Jenkins or Travis CI. Continuous delivery processes provides teams with a pipeline workflow to automate rigorous processes, ensuring faster development and quality code for every release. Customers can choose to benefit from the ability to automate their code building, testing and deployment processes all from one platform; allowing developers to manage fewer tools, streamline processes, and save valuable build time easier and faster than ever before.
And so it begins…
See for yourself: