Category Archives: Events

Cutting-Edge Cloud Trends

8After receiving an invitation to be a guest speaker at Intel Capital Technology Day in The Hague, Holland, I was honored to share how ElasticBox can help the most complex enterprises. This event was a gathering of the most renowned companies in the IT & Telecommunications sector such as Gya, Aternity, Avegant, Identec Solutions and more.
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How to achieve the top 3 IT Ops objectives


Back from an exciting week at the Jenkins User Conference in Santa Clara, I want to thank all of you who stopped by the ElasticBox booth to share your thoughts and questions.  From the 600+ attendees representing various enterprises, some key themes emerged that reflect their IT organizational challenges and objectives. I’ll go over the top three. Read More

Large-scale continuous deployment Jenkins tutorial for hybrid clouds


Are you at the Jenkins conference this week? We’re excited to be there as a sponsor and meet many of you who work on continuous deployments (CD). Our goal is to help you achieve CD without writing scripts or doing manual grunt work. To that end, we want to showcase full CD automation for your use-cases using Jenkins and ElasticBox. A simple Todo Node.js application tutorial demonstrates the CD automation in this post. Read More

Excited to see you Sept 2-3 at the Jenkins User Conference, booth 3


ElasticBox is happy to announce that we are a sponsor for the upcoming Jenkins User Conference in Santa Clara, CA. This will be an exciting time to connect with IT operations folks and developers and share how to deploy applications at speed without manual setup. Read More

The Winners of the World’s First DevOps Hackathon


A few weeks ago, ElasticBox hosted the World First DevOps Hackathon.  A lot of cool apps came out of it, but more importantly, we had a lot of fun. The winning team is “ElasticBox Here”! Congrats to JeanCarl and Solomon!  Read More

Jenkins User Conference Was Exciting!


Last Thursday, I attended the Jenkins User Conference representing ElasticBox as Gold sponsor. It was an exciting event and it was amazing to learn how engineers are organized around their build release automation efforts using Jenkins for their Continuous Integration (CI). Jenkins is no doubt an awesome CI tool but if you desire a culture of code quality and innovation on DevOps concepts of agility where you iterate fast, deploy-fast, get quick feedback and are fast to market to wow your customers, you really need Continuous Delivery (CD). Read More

World’s First DevOps Hackathon


ElasticBox is hosting the world’s first DevOps Hackathon during DevOps Summit West at the Santa Clara Convention Center on November 6 from noon – 4PM.

Use the ElasticBox technology to build and deploy any application on any cloud. It’s really up to you what you want to build – you can use ElasticBox to build your own custom application boxes or use the best deployment practices of other software vendors. Read More

Top Three Lessons from VMworld 2014

We had a blast at VMworld 2014. Thanks to all of those who visited our booth or saw a demo. Here are the top 3 lessons from VMworld 2014.

1. Yellow rubber duckies are surprisingly popular with the VMworld crowd!

Want one? You can still get one at our other 2014 events. Come see us at Puppet Conf, Jenkins User Conf, DevOps Summit, or AWS Re:Invent.  Read More

See you at VMworld 2014

We are super pumped for all the excitement that VMworld San Francisco will bring next week. With our new offices in SoMa, we are just around the corner from Moscone Center!

We had a really successful run at VMworld last year with being named the “Best of VMworld 2013”  finalist in the category Public and Read More

Let the Games Begin!

It all started on June 20th, 2014, when an email blast was sent company-wide declaring, GAME ON: The first official ElasticBox “Desk Decorating Competition” had begun.

The goal was simple, reflect what ElasticBox does as a company, and WINNN, at all costs. It wasn’t long before any semblance of order and office appropriate behavior flew out the window. Once the competition started and ideas were put into action – sabotage, bribery, insults, and mockery became a regular occurrence. Read More