Welcome, CloudBees Developers

On Thursday the 11th, we’ve learned about the end of the CloudBees’ PaaS service, RUN@Cloud. It’s always sad to see a competitor leaving our market. We hope CloudBees will take advantage of its new mission: Continuous integration with Jenkins.

As many people out there recommended Clever Cloud as a PaaS to migrate to, we decided to help CB’s developers to migrate towards us.

Here’s some resources to deploy easily Java apps:

If you are planning to test Clever Cloud, tell us!
We’re offering an 30€ extension of free credit for a tryout and a dedicated support for each former CloudBees user. The migration process is pretty straightforward and without any vendor locking.

So far, Clever Cloud have many CloudBees features:

  • Zero Downtime Deployments
  • HTTP/HTTPS Routing
  • Custom Domain Names
  • Application SSL
  • Sticky Sessions
  • Application Clustering
  • Environment variables

Don’t hesitate to give this a whirl!

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