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Daily Dose - Hudson Creator Joins CloudBees

11.09.2010
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After the creator of the popular, open source Hudson continuous integration tool left Oracle, he started his own company, InfraDNA, to continue Hudson development and provide commercial support.  Now the Hudson creator, Kohsuke Kawaguchi, has decided to join up with another fast growing Hudson company called CloudBees.  CloudBees is a PaaS available through the cloud or on-premises.  CloudBees is a complete and integrated development infrastructure that includes more functionality than just Hudson offerings.  With Kawaguchi on their team, CloudBees has a good shot at becoming the best platform for running Hudson continuous integration.

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