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Want to know how Jenkins builds Jenkins? Catch this session at DevOps World | Jenkins World next week in San Francisco!

Olivier Vernin
Olivier Vernin
September 14, 2018
DevOps World | Jenkins World 2018

Next week Olivier Vernin from CloudBees and Brian Benz from Microsoft will be presenting a session at DevOps World | Jenkins World about how Microsoft has been working with Jenkins to build Jenkins plugins and produce Jenkins on Microsoft Azure. These plugins run Jenkins on Azure Linux and Windows VMs, Kubernetes, azure App service, as well as deploy artifacts to those Azure platforms and more. All are open source and available on GitHub.

Here’s our session, where we’ll be sharing successes and challenges of getting the infrastructure up and running:

Tuesday, September 18

In this session, we’ll discuss the real-life implementation of Jenkins' development and delivery infrastructure in the cloud as it has evolved from a mix of platforms to Microsoft Azure. Expect a frank discussion of how issues that were encountered along the way were overcome, how the architecture has evolved, and what’s on the roadmap. We’ll share important tips and tricks for implementing your own Jenkins infrastructure on any cloud, based on Jenkins' own experience with their implementation.

See you in San Francisco!

Come meet us at DevOps World | Jenkins World 2018 on September 16-19th in San Francisco. We will be hanging out around the OSS space, eager to answer more questions.

Register with the code JWFOSS for a 30% discount off your pass.

About the author

Olivier Vernin

Olivier Vernin

Olivier is the Jenkins infrastructure officer and Senior Operations Engineer at CloudBees. As a regular contributor to the Jenkins infrastructure projects, he works on a wide range of tasks from services reliability to applications maintenance.