Basil is a long-time Jenkins user and contributor, a Jenkins core maintainer, and the maintainer of the Email Extension, Timestamper, and Swarm plugins (among others).
Basil enjoys working on open source software in his free time.
Beginning with Jenkins 2.335 and Jenkins 2.332.1, the Jenkins project is migrating from System V init(8) to systemd(1) in its official Debian, Red Hat, and openSUSE packages.
The official Docker image and Helm chart remain unchanged.
For up-to-date information, refer to the Managing systemd services page in the documentation.
Beginning in 2008, the Jenkins (then Hudson) project has delivered Linux OS installation packages for Debian (and derivatives),...
Please refer to the Running Jenkins on Java 17 documentation for up-to-date details on how to run Jenkins on Java 17.
Jenkins, one of the leading open-source automation servers, does not yet officially support Java 17.
On September 14, 2021, OpenJDK 17 was released.
This is a Long-Term-Support (LTS) release, and it will stay around for years.
The Jenkins project is eager to offer full support of this...
Jenkins bundles Guava, a core Java library from Google.
Beginning with Jenkins 2.320 (released on November 10, 2021), Jenkins has upgraded the Guava library from
11.0.1 (released on January 9, 2012) to
31.0.1 (released on September 27, 2021).
Plugins have already been prepared to support the new version of Guava in JEP-233.
Use the Plugin Manager to upgrade all plugins before and after upgrading to Jenkins 2.320.
Many security-conscious organizations...
The Jenkins Contributor Summit brings together current and future contributors to the Jenkins project.
At this event we will talk about the current state of the project and its future evolution.