Gartner ARA Magic Quadrant Recommends DeployHub for Jenkins and Ansible Users
Santa Fe, NM–September 27, 2017– OpenMake Software, pioneers in continuous build and continuous deployment, today announced DeployHub was listed among ARA leaders in the Gartner ARA Magic Quadrant and Critical Capabilities Report for Application Release Automation. DeployHub outperformed competing solutions such as Microsoft Visual Studio Team Services and Puppet.
In particular, the Gartner ARA Magic Quadrant report indicated DeployHub’s affordable price made it “attractive to new teams looking to get started with ARA.” In addition, the report indicated that DeployHub’s strong integrations with Jenkins and Ansible made it a “compelling option for those looking to extend those tool investments.”
Tracy Ragan, CEO stated, “We have worked hard to deliver an ARA solution that is highly functional and low cost, allowing development teams to get their hands on a continuous deployment solution early in the process. We are particularly happy that Gartner acknowledged our integration work around both Jenkins and Ansible.”
Jenkins drives DeployHub to perform deployments across the Continuous Delivery (CD) Pipeline. DeployHub also uses Ansible to manage IT configurations creating a ‘super deployment package’ across the CD pipeline, even when environments are mixed i.e., microservices, cloud, virtual and physical. The result is a Continuous Delivery pipeline that allows developers to take on more deployment responsibilities achieving an Agile DevOps practice.
DeployHub Pro entry level pricing is $6k for an annual subscription that supports up to 10 Applications with unlimited users and unlimited target endpoints. An Application is a collection of components that is released as a complete software project.
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- The Open Source version of DeployHub can be downloaded from www.DeployHub.org
- A certified container version can be downloaded from the RedHat Certified Container Collection found at https://access.redhat.com/containers
DeployHub has also be given awards by SD Times.