This is a guest post by Brian
Dawson on behalf of CloudBees, where he works as a DevOps Evangelist
responsible for developing and sharing continuous delivery and DevOps best
practices. He also serves as the CloudBees Product Marketing Manager for
Once again it’s that time of year when CloudBees sponsors the
Jenkins Community Survey to
assist the community with gathering objective insights into how jenkins is
being used and what users...
This is a guest post by Damien
Coraboeuf, Jenkins project contributor and Continuous Delivery consultant.
Implementing a CI/CD solution based on Jenkins has become very easy. Dealing
with hundreds of jobs? Not so much. Having to scale to thousands of jobs?
Now this is a real challenge.
This is the story of a journey to get out of the jungle of jobs…
Start of the journey
At the beginning of the...
In this post I will show how you can make your own DSL extensions and distribute
them as a plugin, using Pipeline Script.
A quick refresher
Pipeline has a well kept secret: the ability to add your own DSL
elements. Pipeline is itself a DSL, but you can extend it.
There are 2 main reasons I can think you may want to do this:
You want to reduce boilerplate by...
This is a guest post by Alyssa Tong.
Alyssa works for CloudBees, helping to organize
Jenkins community events around the
Planning is underway for Jenkins World, a major Jenkins event for developers,
release engineers and others interested in automation. The conference will be
held from September 13th to 15th in Santa Clara, California and is being
organized and sponsored in part by CloudBees.
Just like the "Jenkins User Conferences" before it,...
SCaLE is the largest community-run open-source and free software conference in North America. Visit us at the Jenkins booth!