Posted by Craig Kerstiens
The key to any startup is focus -- focusing in multiple directions is really no focus at all. Following this premise we understand the decision by CloudBees to double down on their continuous integration offering of Jenkins, and to discontinue their platform as a service product. Continuous integration is already playing an important role in application development and deployment and will only continue to grow in the future. Many of us are fans of Jenkins, and in fact we have many Heroku customers today taking advantage of Jenkins and other CI services.
We’re also pleased to see CloudBees suggest that users migrate their PaaS services to providers like Heroku, and we’d like to welcome those developers to give us a try. To that end, if you have an application that is already running on CloudBees, we’ve put together some guides to help you with the migration process:
- Migrating Play apps from Cloudbees to Heroku
- Migrating Spring Boot applications to Heroku from CloudBees
- Deploy Scala and Play Applications to Heroku from Jenkins CI
We hope to make the migration process as easy as possible. Get started migrating today by signing up.