XebiaLabs Launches DevOps Cloud Offering on AWS Marketplace

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A recent press release reports, “XebiaLabs, the recognized leader in enterprise DevOps and Continuous Delivery software, today announced the availability of its new XL JetPack software on Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace. For the first time, DevOps teams can streamline, secure, and simplify their Continuous Delivery pipelines by purchasing XebiaLabs’ top-ranked software directly on AWS Marketplace using AWS credits or a credit card. Teams get the release orchestration, deployment automation, and ready-to-go blueprints they need to safely launch applications on AWS in 15 minutes or less, using best practices and repeatable processes.”

The release goes on, “Many organizations are scrambling to move cloud adoption projects beyond the pilot phase as application development teams and IT groups struggle with the governance, organizational, and technical challenges of moving applications to the cloud at scale. The most common challenges include a shortage of cloud expertise, lack of repeatable processes, frequent release failures, restricted visibility into release details, and neglected compliance requirements. The results can be disastrous, ranging from cost overruns and schedule delays to security breaches and failed deployments that shatter customer confidence.”

It continues, “XebiaLabs’ top-ranked release orchestration and deployment automation software is now easy to access on AWS Marketplace, giving organizations the DevOps foundation they need to simplify and accelerate application migration to the cloud at scale. Teams can quickly get the powerful tools required to safeguard application delivery to the cloud—without going through painful approvals processes—using AWS credits or even a personal credit card.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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