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 details on security related quality gates
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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
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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
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.