CloudHealth by VMware is a cloud management platform that helps companies analyze and manage cloud resources, cost, and security across AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud and Data Center Resources from a single interface. Based in Boston, MA, CloudHealth is the leader in the multi-cloud management space, with 3,000+ global customers, and was acquired in 2018 by VMWare.
To maintain its leadership position within the market, CloudHealth must be innovative and agile. In an organization that uses Continuous Deployment and values continuous improvement, it’s little wonder that one of the major focus areas of CloudHealth’s VP of Engineering, Adam Abrevaya, is to identify opportunities to fix and improve processes so the team can ship software more seamlessly.
But Continuous Deployment primarily provided visibility into what was shipped, and provided limited, if any, insight into how it was built - especially across teams. And as the company scaled - continuing to double in size year over year - Abrevaya and his team became increasingly aware that they needed greater visibility and insight into the organization’s development process at large.
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