Rebecca Pruess

I have been in Human Resources roles for the past handful of years, including work in Recruiting, Compliance, and Immigration. At Flexagon, I serve as the Director of Marketing and People Operations, and enjoy every minute of it!

CloudBees recently announced the acquisition of Electric Cloud, combining the product capabilities of two well-known players in the CI/CD and Application Release Automation/Application Release Orchestration (ARA/ARO) space. This article provides a summary of the acquisition and guidance on what this means to businesses as they establish and mature their processes, enabling technology in support of

Enterprises are adopting DevOps, Continuous Integration, and Continuous Delivery at an increasing pace. Why?  It allows them to create and improve software solutions (aka products) at a faster pace than traditional software development methods. DevOps, CI/CD, and Release Automation have proven to increase the speed, efficiency and quality of software delivery as well as improving

Flexagon has released FlexDeploy which includes enhancements, usability improvements, and bug fixes. FlexDeploy is our DevOps platform for CI/CD and release automation which automates and orchestrates the entire build, deploy, and release lifecycle. FlexDeploy is an open and extensible platform with lots of plugins for commercial and open source technology. Here are some highlights of the release: Cloud Accounts –

Flexagon has released FlexDeploy 5.1 which includes a wealth of new features, enhancements, and usability improvements to help teams deliver high-quality software faster and with less cost and risk. FlexDeploy is our DevOps platform for continuous delivery and release automation which provides a comprehensive and integrated platform for orchestrating the entire build, deploy, and release lifecycle. Users can capitalize on

Flexagon has released FlexDeploy! The new version includes enhancements and bug fixes for FlexDeploy, our DevOps platform for continuous delivery and release automation. A few highlights include a new Helm plugin which streamlines installing and managing Kubernetes applications ongoing improvements for REST APIs ODI support for deployment archives Flexagon also released two new FlexDeploy jumpstart demo labs for Oracle E-Business

At Flexagon, we have internship opportunities year-round.  While our summer internship pulls students from around the country, our school-year internships draw from local colleges, looking for students going for degrees in Computer Science, Math, and Engineering. We pride ourselves on bringing on interns to do more than the low-level work so many interns are typically

As enterprises move toward complete CI/CD pipelines and augment the processes they already have in place, they regularly add key capabilities to their IT toolsets. Application release automation software is often one of the first new tools to be considered. Applications, including custom built and packaged applications (such as Oracle EBS), can greatly improve business

The speed of software development and release today would have been almost unimaginable ten years ago. In 2018, over half of developers wanted to deploy builds more frequently than every week, with 16 percent saying they’d prefer to release builds every hour.¹   As deployment timelines speed up across the market, companies need to reduce

Flexagon has released fixpack,! It includes enhancements and bug fixes for FlexDeploy, our DevOps platform for continuous delivery and release automation. Here are some highlights! Cloud – Cloud in general is a big investment area for Flexagon and supports the enablement of multi-cloud strategies such as Amazon, Azure, Google, and Oracle. This fixpack includes two new plugins for cloud

One of the major benefits of DevOps is that it speeds up the development and delivery process, typically for application and other software development. It increases efficiency, reduces errors and better leverages IT talent. But these benefits can be delayed when database changes are also required because most DevOps teams don’t encompass databases. As a