Nuvias partners with CloudBees in EMEA DevOps distribution deal

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High-value distribution firm Nuvias has partnered with CloudBees to become the distributor of its DevOps solutions across the EMEA region.

Now forming part of Nuvias' Applications Optimisation Practice, the CloudBees Suite of continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) automation delivers the layer of governance, visibility and the insights needed to help companies along their digital transformation journeys, according to the firm.

Nuvias' strategy revolves around providing channel partners with integrated business solutions in order to accelerate their customers' innovation, the firm says, with DevOps being a critical business initiative as part of that process.

"We are delighted to work with CloudBees in EMEA. Their proven DevOps solution complements our existing range perfectly," said Marlene Spensley, Application Optimisation Practice lead at Nuvias.

"We can now help the channel with their customers' software innovation challenges – from securing and supporting Jenkins, the de-facto open source tool for automated CI/CD to build, test and deploy software, through to full enterprise CI/CD for governance, control and speed."

CloudBees said it welcomed the partnership and hopes to be able to use it to expand to a greater number of larger sized customers, and those legacy companies with slower digital transformation roadmaps.

"We are pleased to have Nuvias on-board as a CloudBees distributor throughout EMEA," commented Aaron Morrison, director of worldwide channel sales at CloudBees. "It is no longer the unicorns who are undergoing digital transformations, it is becoming mainstream.

"Having Nuvias across EMEA to help support DevOps digital transformations ensures our mutual customers' success. We look forward to a fruitful partnership."

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