ongoing migration to Azure,
I would like to share my thoughts regarding one of the biggest challenges we
have faced thus far: orchestrating container infrastructure. Many of the
Jenkins project’s applications are run as Docker containers, making Kubernetes
a logical choice as far as running our containers, but it presents its own set
of challenges. For example, what would the workflow from development to
production look like?
Before going deeper...
This is a guest post by Claudiu Guiman and Eric Jizba,
Software Engineers in the Azure DevOps team at Microsoft. If you have any questions, please email us at email@example.com.
One of the most frequently asked questions for managing a Jenkins instance is
"How do I make it secure?" Like any other web application, these issues must be
How do I securely pass secrets between the browser and...
I do not think it is an exaggeration to say: 2016 was the best year yet for the
Jenkins project. Since the first commit in 2006, the project has reached a
number of significant milestones in its ten years but we have never experienced
the breadth of major milestones in such a short amount of time. From
Google Summer of Code
I wanted to take...
I am pleased to announce that we have partnered with Microsoft to migrate and
power the Jenkins project’s infrastructure with
Microsoft Azure. The partnership comes
at an important time, after the recent launch of Jenkins 2.0,
Jenkins users are more readily adopting Pipeline as
Code and many other plugins at an increasing rate, elevating the importance of
Jenkins infrastructure to the overall success of the project. That strong and
A few weeks ago, my colleague Brian Dawson
and I were invited to present on
Scaling Jenkins for
Continuous Delivery with Microsoft Azure in Microsoft’s
Reactor space. Azure is Microsoft’s
public cloud offering and one of the many tools available to Jenkins users for
adding elastic compute capacity, among other things, to their build/test/deploy
infrastructure. While our presentations are applicable to practically
any cloud-based Jenkins environment, Thiago Almeida and Oguz Pastirmaci from
Day of Cloud Native warm-up!
This month, Andrew Bayer will present: Declarative Pipelines: Tips, Tricks, and Gotchas
JFrog has been successfully hosting Jenkins User Conference – Tel-Aviv for the last seven years. This is the 2nd biggest Jenkins event in the world after the US.
Jenkins User Conference Tel Aviv and Paris 2018 will again bring together top Jenkins experts, CI/CD community thought leaders and innovative companies offering complementary technologies for Jenkins.