We would like to announce the renaming of the official Docker images for Jenkins agents.
It does not have any immediate impact on Jenkins users, but they are expected to gradually upgrade their instances.
This article provides information about the new official names, upgrade procedure, and the support policy for the old images.
We will also talk about what’s next for the Docker packaging in Jenkins.
One of the things we loved about going to developer conferences was meeting Jenkins users — newbies and old-timers alike — who are excited to talk about their projects and share tips on how to move forward using Jenkins.
Since the coronavirus pandemic, we’re learning to rely more on new ways to gather, and it’s happening via Jenkins online meetups, GitHub collaborations, and Twitter threads,...
This blogpost was updated to reflect the general availability of the feature after the release of GitHub Branch Source 2.7.1 on April 26th, 2020.
I’m excited to announce support for authenticating as a GitHub app in Jenkins.
This has been a long awaited feature by many users.
It has been released in GitHub Branch Source 2.7.1 which is now available in the Jenkins update centers.
Authenticating as a...
2020 is going to be a year of change for me.
By the end of January, I’ll be officially stepping back from Jenkins,
switching my role at CloudBees to an advisor,
and turning attention to my new startup.
The rest of this post is to contextualize this transition, because if you haven’t been working closely with me, this might come across as a surprise.
Jenkins has been an amazing...
In addition to WAR files and Docker images, the Jenkins project provides native installers for each weekly and LTS release.
There are installers available for Linux distributions, Windows, macOS and other operating systems.
There are also installers provided by third parties.
You can find the list of these installers on the Downloads page.
In this blog post, we announce the upcoming deprecation of the macOS native installer.