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Releasing Tomorrow's Software, Today: Electric Cloud

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To win in today’s market, organizations are making big bets on DevOps as one of their key strategies to drive agility and innovation. However, development teams’ agile pace of software delivery and new technology adoption has outstripped the ability of operations teams to keep up. This cadence and skills mismatch limits innovation, jeopardizes transformation, and puts teams in a constant state of release anxiety. Electric cloud was born to help such organizations evaluate and easily adopt new technologies, monitor and track pipelines and releases, ensure security and compliance at speed, eliminate release anxiety, and on-board teams with self-service pipelines.

Electric Cloud’s Adaptive Release Orchestration platform helps organizations like E*TRADE, HPE, Intel, and Lockheed Martin confidently release new applications and adapt to change at any speed demanded by the business, with the analytics and insight to measure, track, and improve their results.

Q. Why go for Electric Cloud?

The success of organizations is increasingly shaped by the strength of its software. Their applications define how customers perceive their brand, how employees work and collaborate, and how competitive they are in the market. Electric Cloud delivers blindingly fast software builds and tests with ElectricAccelerator, and orchestrates end-to-end software pipelines, tools, and infrastructure with ElectricFlow. Customers get enterprise-grade scalability and security for geographically separated teams, along with visibility and real-time filtered data to address compliance and standards audits.

Q. Who should go for Electric Cloud?

Electric Cloud works for the following industries:

Financial Services: Financial services organizations, like every other sector, are facing huge competitive pressures and are making big bets on DevOps practices as the foundation of their digital transformation, yet many challenges remain.

ElectricFlow helps some of the largest financial services organizations release on business demand without anxiety.

Enterprise Web/IT: Continuous Delivery solutions from Electric Cloud provide a fundamentally different approach to software delivery that makes the build-test-deploy process simple, repeatable, and stress-free.

Internet of Things: Imagine a world where billions of objects can sense, communicate, and share information. These interconnected objects have data regularly collected, analyzed and used to initiate action, providing a wealth of intelligence for planning, management and decision making. Creating highly integrated embedded devices and backend services requires coordination, orchestration, and a maniacal focus on seamless system-level integration. A world of IoT requires that qualitybaked into the development process to ensure devices and services work together efficiently.

Embedded: Electric Cloud powers continuous delivery for software-driven embedded product development. By 2020, there will be an estimated 50 billion Internet-connected devices. Software-driven devices are becoming a key part of peoples’ daily experience, unlocking more convenient and secure mobile devices, safer cars, breakthroughs in medicine, and more.

Automotive: It accelerates automotive software delivery. The Electric Cloud automotive solution delivers fast software build, fast comprehensive testing, the orchestration of various build and test tools, enterprise-grade scalability and security for geographically separated teams, and visibility and real-time filtered data to address compliance and standards audits.

Mobile Devices: The company provides faster delivery, Zero errors, and 100 visibilities.

Products and Services offered by the company

Electric Cloud offers the following products:

ElectricFlow: ElectricFlow is an Adaptive Release Orchestration platform, now available as enterprise SaaS or on-premises that let teams implement fast and adapt easily, with unprecedented insight and control of all types of releases at any scale.

ElectricFlow Features:

  • Deployment Automation: Predictably deploys any application to any environment at any scale
  • Release Orchestration: Manages release pipelines and dependencies across all the client’s teams, DevOps tools, and environments
  • DevOps Insights: A comprehensive new way to plan, schedule, and track releases
  • Unified Platform: Eliminates silos and reduce management overhead with a scalable, secure and centralized platform

ElectricAccelerator: It helps to eliminate waiting for builds and tests by intelligently distributing workloads across local, network, or cloud resources. It has the following features:

  • Fault-tolerant workload distribution using available local, network, or cloud resources
  • Smart load balancing that ensures optimal use of cores across the cluster
  • Dynamically provisions and tears down resources in public clouds

It offers the following services:

Professional Services: Electric Cloud has been helping organizations automate and accelerate software delivery for over a decade. Irrespective of the complexity or size of the underlying software development environment, the company’s proven transformation services and enterprise deployment model can help the clients deliver better software, faster.

Education: Digital transformation is as much about the right skills as it is about the right tools and processes. Electric Cloud University (ECU), in partnership with DevOps Institute (DOI), is a subscription-based training and certification program that provides the skills needed to implement and scale DevOps in the organization successfully. ECU augments its traditional on-site classroom-based training.

Meet the dynamic leader

Carmine J. Napolitano, Chief Executive Officer of Electric Cloud: Carmine “CJ” Napolitano is the CEO of Electric Cloud, the leader in DevOps release automation. Napolitano has over 25 years of experience in general, financial, and technology management in public and private companies. He has been part of the industry, leading teams at Paradata, Blekko, Computer Access Technologies, LeCroy, Centric Software, and Wavefront Technologies. These companies all pioneered new markets and in some cases were ahead of their time.

Napolitano earned his MBA from New York University, and BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California, Santa Barbara.

“At Electric Cloud, we believe that every business is a software business.”