SendGrid is now part of the CloudBees Ecosystem


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SendGrid is happy to announce that we’ve partnered with CloudBees, a Platform as a Service (PaaS) provider that offers cloud-based services for building, testing and deploying Java web applications. CloudBees and SendGrid are both focused on reducing the friction that developers have to deal with when it comes to configuring and building out infrastructure so that they can spend their time building great things.

If you’ve got a CloudBees account, you’ll soon be able to enable SendGrid from the CloudBees Ecosystem page with one simple click. SendGrid is a great choice for CloudBees customers looking to add a robust cloud-based SMTP email solution to their applications, and our partnership will make it easier than ever to do just that. If you’re a working on a Java application and are not already using CloudBees, we encourage you to sign up for a free account and give it a try. If you build an app with SendGrid and CloudBees and want to share it with us, we may feature it in a future blog post. We’re excited to see what people build!

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As a Developer Evangelist for SendGrid, Brandon's focus is on empowering developers to build things, gathering feedback for new features and improvements, and fostering a cooperative developer community for anything that needs email integration.

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