HSBC signs multi-year DevOps deal with CloudBees

HSBC has signed a multi-year deal with DevOps platform CloudBees to standardize software delivery for over 23,000 developers globally.

The agreement covers all CloudBees platforms on the platform including continuous integration, continuous output, integrated integration, and mobility.

It strengthens HSBC’s relationship with the company, which was launched in 2015.

The partnership was signed in 2019, with the bank investing about $ 10 million in CloudBees, highlighting the value of DevOps in business and banking technology in the future.

“As customers increase their online accounts, the system is at the heart of everything we do at HSBC,” said Ian Haynes, CTO of the annual service provider at HSBC. “We use banking and fast to promote customer experience while we prioritize security and compliance. We chose CloudBees because teams and automated overall software installation systems for our system will do just that.

HSBC operates in a cloud computing environment, both internally and externally, which requires the simplification and integration of resources, global programming, and the provision of monitors and analysts with every activity.

“The high level and level of program delivery at HSBC requires strong resources and we need to select our partners to allow for the integration of our supply chain,” Haynes said in a statement. “CloudBees gives us a solid platform for the capabilities we need, making it easier for us to have a single integrated platform that includes other tools we use.”

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