Electric Cloud Named as One of the 25 DevOps Solutions Transforming Business by CIO Solutions


I’m excited to share that Electric Cloud was named one of the top “25 DevOps Solutions Transforming Business” by CIO Solutions.

This recognition is another testament to the continued success and market traction of ElectricFlow – our end-to-end DevOps Release Automation platform – chosen by some of the largest enterprises in the world to transform their software releases and DevOps processes from a chore to a competitive advantage.

As I shared in my interview with CIO Insight, some of our customers use ElectricFlow to deploy more than 20,000 applications, or serve over 40,000 developers who use our solution for build/test. Others are doing 10,000 product releases per year, 100,000 builds per day, 1 million integration tests per year, or hundreds of millions of test cases per day. Having a solution that’s proven at such scale, and that is so critical to the software delivery operations – and success – of so many amazing large customers – is truly humbling for us, and a great source of pride.

We thank each and every one of our customers and partners, and promise more great things from ElectricFlow in the months to come – as we strive to continue help software organizations deliver better software faster, and safer.

Below is the article from CIO Solutions Magazine (which you can also read here)

Electrric Cloud – Transforming Your Software Releases from a Chore to a Competitive Advantage

Large enterprises face unique challenges when adopting DevOps and Application Release Automation (ARA) to optimize their software delivery processes. When releasing software, these organizations need to support large numbers of distributed teams, distributed infrastructure, and multitudes of (inter-dependent) applications and product releases. In addition, the overhead of regulatory and security requirements, supporting legacy systems, tool variety, complex internal processes and the risk and cost of failed releases – all further compound these challenges.

For over a decade, Electric Cloud has been helping large enterprises automate and accelerate their software delivery – enabling faster innovation, while ensuring quality, security, compliance and control.

ElectricFlow is the company’s end-to-end DevOps Release Automation platform. Chosen by top industry analysts as a Leader in ARA and DevOps Release Management, ElectricFlow is used by some of the largest organizations in the world to transform their software releases from a laborious, slow, risky and painful process – to a competitive advantage.

ElectricFlow orchestrates and automates the entire “Pathway to Production”– all the toolchain, apps, environments and processes involved in your software delivery – from code check-in, through testing, deploying, all the way to a successful Production Release. The tight integration between the various tools and processes eliminates manual handoffs and silos of automation, thus speeding up cycle times and improving product quality and resource utilization. Replacing error-prone processes with predictable, model-driven delivery pipelines, ElectricFlow gives Operations confidence as code is promoted into later stages in the lifecycle. Furthermore, it provides the business security access controls, easy auditability, approval gateways and visibility into the entire release process.

Electric Cloud’s clientele is growing exponentially as more organizations from financial services, government and retail embrace DevOps Release Automation for faster and safer software delivery.

“Some of our customers use ElectricFlow to deploy more than 20,000 applications, or serve over 40,000 developers who use our solution for build/test. Others are doing 10,000 product releases per year, 100,000 builds per day, 1 million integration tests per year, or hundreds of millions of test cases per day,” says Steve Brodie, Electric Cloud CEO.

This extreme scalability goes hand-in hand with the platform’s flexibility and extensibility, which allows you to automate any workflow and plug-in any tool or technology stack. ElectricFlow supports hundreds of plugins, as well as robust DSL, CLI and APIs that provide programmatic control over legacy tools, resources and processes.

“This also enables Bimodal IT”, explains Brodie. “allowing organizations to support both traditional release practices and legacy apps – often more complex, and require coordination of many inter-dependent components/environments – as well as more modern container/microservices architectures and CD pipelines.”

Since it allows enterprises to normalize their “Pathways to Production” as much as possible for faster feedback loops and reusability across teams, while allowing for flexibility to support specific needs of different teams/applications – many customers have set up the platform as a shared internal service that powers their software delivery across all teams and releases world-wide. By standardizing on their tools and processes – and having consistent build, test and deployment processes across the organization – enterprises eliminate configuration drift, bottlenecks in the pipeline, etc. and also reduce IT CAPEX and OPEX costs.

Leading organizations such as Fortune-500 banks, E*TRADE, GAP, GE, HP, Intel, Lockheed Martin, Cisco, Qualcomm and others, use Electric Cloud’s solutions to boost DevOps productivity and provide a safe, scalable, auditable, Pathway to Production. “In a world where IT is struggling to release software at the rate the business demands, ElectricFlow makes your software releases safe, fast and routine,” concludes Brodie.

Steve Brodie

Steve Brodie is the Chief Executive Officer at Electric Cloud. He has over 25 years of experience as a leader in the enterprise software industry, introducing new technologies to the market for both venture-backed startups and leading enterprise IT organizations. Prior to joining Electric Cloud, Steve was Group Vice President and General Manager of the Application Lifecycle Management Business Unit at Serena Software, where he spearheaded the Orchestrated ALM strategy as well as the company's entry and growth in release management, a cornerstone technology for DevOps. Steve holds a Bachelor of Science degree in computer and systems engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and is a graduate of the executive management program at the University of Washington.
Steve Brodie

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