This is a guest post by R. Tyler Croy, who is a
long-time contributor to Jenkins and the primary contact for Jenkins project
infrastructure. He is also a Jenkins Evangelist at
For ages I have used the "Build After" feature in Jenkins to cobble together
what one might refer to as a "pipeline" of sorts. The Jenkins project itself, a
major consumer of Jenkins, has used these daisy-chained...
I am pleased to announce that we have partnered with Microsoft to migrate and
power the Jenkins project’s infrastructure with
Microsoft Azure. The partnership comes
at an important time, after the recent launch of Jenkins 2.0,
Jenkins users are more readily adopting Pipeline as
Code and many other plugins at an increasing rate, elevating the importance of
Jenkins infrastructure to the overall success of the project. That strong and
Last week, the infrastructure team identified the potential compromise of a key
infrastructure machine. This compromise could have taken advantage of, what
could be categorized as, an attempt to target contributors with elevated
access. Unfortunately, when facing the uncertainty of a potential compromise,
the safest option is to treat it as if it were an actual incident, and react
accordingly. The machine in question had access to binaries published...
Jenkins will be represented at the DevOps World conference.
There will be community and Continuous Delivery Foundation tracks,
and many talks from Jenkins practitioners.
The Jenkins Contributor Summit brings together current and future contributors to the Jenkins project. The summit brings together community members to learn, meet, and help shape the future of Jenkins.