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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

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Control public and private cloud spend with cost center budgeting


Managing the IT spend for multiple teams across multiple cloud services is a daunting prospect, particularly, when you have to monitor usage for each cloud and team. Cloud environments promise scalable, pay-as-you-use pricing, and easy setup. On the flip side, organizations running workloads on multiple platforms and hybrid clouds lack visibility, which is critical to cost governance and understanding the total cost of ownership (TCO). ElasticBox can help you gain visibility and control over the foggy world of cloud deployments with the help of Cost Centers. Read More

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More than one way to do Cloud Bursting


Cloud Bursting is a hot topic in cloud computing today. It’s a model that gauges an organization’s ability to use internal resources to host services critical to their business, and during demand spikes consume resources from public clouds on a pay-as-you-go approach. Read More

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Rackspace or HP Cloud? Host on your favorite OpenStack flavor


Today, Rackspace and HP Cloud are popular public clouds based on OpenStack. To run your workloads on OpenStack, find out if ElasticBox is the right DevOps platform.  Read More

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SoftLayer in ElasticBox: deployments made easy


Isn’t freedom a beautiful thing? Think zero lock-in with IaaS and PaaS cloud vendors and cross-cloud workload compatibility. Well, that’s the kind of freedom you experience when you host on the IBM SoftLayer public cloud through ElasticBox. Read More

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Four reasons to celebrate Jenkins builds with ElasticBox


It’s the holiday season. Time to celebrate and reflect on the year ending.

If you’ve spent the year wrangling with Jenkins build jobs, then slaves are probably a tedious reminder. Especially if you think of the work required to set up build environments in different clouds. Then compound that with environments to match different stages of product readiness such as dev, test, production. See the drudgery involved? Read More

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