License certificate expiration

On June 22nd, 2020, the certificate used to sign all existing CloudBees licenses for Jenkins-based products will expire. This certificate is used to verify the authenticity of the customer’s CloudBees license. Customers must install a new license (generated with the new certificate) before June 22, 2020. Existing licenses will become invalid as of June 22, 2020. Refer to Preparing for the new CloudBees License Certificate and Upgrading for the new CloudBees License Certificate for instructions on how to upgrade your license.

CloudBees CI

Modern cloud platforms

Cloud native solution for Kubernetes, including Amazon Web Services, OpenShift, Azure, and Google Kubernetes Engine.

Traditional platforms

Our on-premise solution consisting of one or more Client Masters that can be centrally managed by a CloudBees Jenkins Operations Center server. Rolling releases contain the latest Jenkins core and plugin updates, with new features and fixes. We offer both components as WAR, Ubuntu/Debian, Red Hat/CentOS/Fedora, OpenSUSE, Windows and Docker distributables.

Older Products

CloudBees Jenkins Platform

On-premise solution consisting of one or more Client Masters that can be centrally managed by Operations Center. Rolling releases contain the latest Jenkins core and plugin updates, with new features and fixes. Both components are offered as WAR, Ubuntu/Debian, Red Hat/CentOS/Fedora, OpenSUSE, Windows and Docker distributables.