As a developer, I usually use Jenkins like this:
Find a job which is related with my current work
Trigger that job
Check the output of the build log
Sometimes, I might need to check the update center. Maybe a new plugin is needed, or I need to update an existing plugin.
Or, I want to upload a plugin from my computer. For all these cases, I just don’t...
I would like to introduce Custom WAR Packager -
a new tool for Jenkins administrators and developers.
This tool allows packaging custom Jenkins distributions as WAR files,
and Jenkinsfile Runner bundles.
This tool allows packaging Jenkins, plugins, and configurations in a ready-to-fly distribution.
Custom WAR packager is a part of the Ephemeral Jenkins master toolchain
which we presented in our A Cloud Native Jenkins blogpost.
This toolchain is already used...
Andreas Grabner from Dynatrace will talk about automating Service Level Indicators / Service Level Objectives based build validation with Keptn and Jenkins.