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Infostretch announced a new suite of Enterprise Jenkins training services with CloudBees, as part of its ongoing commitment to help customers advance in DevOps maturity and thereby accelerate their digital transformation journey.
“I love to see more and more efforts to expand the use of Jenkins,” said Jenkins creator Kohsuke Kawaguchi, CTO of CloudBees. “The rapid growth and vibrancy of the Jenkins community speaks volumes about its value as a tool for software development but Jenkins cannot be successful without talented practitioners to successfully deploy it. As training in Jenkins increases throughout our industry, we’ll see great advances simply through its widespread use.”
“Our investment in helping companies get DevOps right is a critical component of their digital transformation,” said Infostretch CEO Rutesh Shah. “That’s why we’ve expanded our technology and team of experts to help customers mature in their DevOps approach. With more than 30 certified engineers/trainers, we now offer the largest pool of certified experts who know what it takes to do DevOps right and can teach our customers to do it for themselves.”
Infostretch is heavily involved in this year’s Jenkins World, where it will launch a new set of digital services, a DevOps maturity assessment and Jenkins training opportunities. The company will offer a two-day training course to help attendees prepare for Jenkins Certification.
Jenkins manages and controls development lifecycle processes of all kinds, including build, document, test, package, stage, deployment, static analysis and many more. Today the Jenkins community offers more than 1,300 plugins that allow Jenkins to integrate with almost any popular technology. As of December 2016, there are more than 150,000 active installations and an estimated 1 million-plus users around the world.