CloudBees platform for SDM security guide

CloudBees platform for SDM is a preview, with early access for select preview members. Product features and documentation are frequently updated. If you find an issue or have a suggestion, please contact support@cloudbees.com.

How CloudBees platform for SDM handles data security

CloudBees platform for SDM gathers data using plugins and integrations with third-party services like GitHub. Each plugin and integration collects different data. Data from a GitHub integration, for example, helps highlight repository health and pull requests for products.

Shared components

CloudBees platform for SDM shares some components with DevOptics. Refer to the security guide, How DevOptics handles data security, for more information about security and data policies used in this product.

Amazon Web Services used

CloudBees platform for SDM currently uses some Amazon Web Services (AWS), including Amazon EMR for big data frameworks like Hadoop, Amazon Kinesis, Amazon RDS, Amazon EC2 for the Kubernetes cluster, and Amazon ECS. Refer to the Amazon Cloud Security pages for details about Amazon’s security implementations and architecture.

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