This is a guest post by Michael Hüttermann.
In a past blog post,
Delivery Pipelines, with Jenkins 2, SonarQube, and Artifactory,
we talked about pipelines which result in binaries for development versions, and in
Delivery pipelines, with Jenkins 2: how to promote Java EE and Docker binaries toward production,
we examined ways to consistently promote applications toward production. In this blog post, I continue on both by discussing more...
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Dawson on behalf of CloudBees, where he works as a DevOps Evangelist
responsible for developing and sharing continuous delivery and DevOps best
practices. He also serves as the CloudBees Product Marketing Manager for
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This is a guest post by Michael Hüttermann. Michael is an expert
in Continuous Delivery, DevOps and SCM/ALM. More information about him at huettermann.net, or
follow him on Twitter: @huettermann.
In a past blog post Delivery Pipelines,
with Jenkins 2, SonarQube, and Artifactory, we talked about pipelines which result in binaries for development versions. Now, in this blog post, I zoom in to different parts of the
Java 11 Support preview.
We will show how to run Jenkins with Java 11, discuss known compatibility issues, and explain how to investigate and report any issues you find.
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