Continuous Delivery, DevOps and Jenkins: Blog Topics

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CloudBees, VMware Partnership at DevOps World | Jenkins World 2018

CloudBees welcomes first-time Diamond sponsor VMware to DevOps World | Jenkins World 2018 . Coming off of our Best of VMworld win for CloudBees Core in the Cloud Native App Development and DevOps category, we are excited to continue our partnership at this big event. CloudBees Core offers a continuous delivery solution that enables VMware customers to develop and deploy...

Every Jenkins Butler Needs a Good Frog

Editor’s Note: This is a guest blog post written by Craig Peters , director of product, JFrog Partnerships. As DevOps becomes ever more important to how enterprises produce software, Jenkins® continues to incorporate new innovations that help make continuous integration even more stable and secure. That steady development of the open source project continues to make Jenkins the...

Essential Steps to Successfully Shift Towards DevSecOps

Editor’s Note: This is a guest blog post from WhiteSource Software. Jenkins has served as one of the accelerators of the DevOps movement over the past decade, making it easier for organizations to adopt the continuous integration and continuous delivery/deployment (CI/CD) technology that is at the core of the DevOps model. CI/CD ha s grown in popularity, since it enables...

Day 2 Ops: The Hybrid Cloud Evolution

The early days of the cloud saw many exciting things - not all of it was good: the ability to provision servers in a few minutes; the ability to spend hundreds of dollars on instances due to stopping and starting instances and being billed an hour at a time; the ability to terminate servers in the wrong account because you ran the script on the wrong server. In the various...

2018 DevOps | Jenkins Community Survey: The Fine Print

Continuing the DevOps World | Jenkins World tradition, CloudBees is excited to sponsor this years’ survey. We want to capture the details of your DevOps experience in order to provide valuable insights to the Jenkins Community and beyond. This survey will gather objective insights into how the community is using Jenkins, how DevOps practices are being adopted and what you want to...
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Continuous Delivery for Developers


CloudBees Jenkins Support: DevOps and Jenkins Expertise at Your Side

It’s an exciting time at CloudBees with DevOps World | Jenkins World San Francisco in full swing and DevOps World | Jenkins World Nice around the corner. To add to this excitement, CloudBees officially launched a new offering in the CloudBees Suite - CloudBees Jenkins Support - announced today at the San Francisco conference! You can now purchase a subscription to our support-only...

Jenkins X and Kubernetes Ease Cloud Native App Development

No pain. No gain. Sometimes it’s true … but not always. For many of us in the tech industry, we’ve observed the movement towards a cloud native environment and its role for keeping businesses competitive. We’ve realized this shift towards cloud adoptio n impacts not only an organization’s software development methodology but also the way IT operations approach their business to...

How to Use Docker for Development

Container tools like Docker and Kubernetes have changed the way many applications are packaged and run, but containers aren’t just for production environments. During the development process, containers help keep dependencies tidy, ensure the application code can run on virtually any machine with minimal setup, and makes it easier to package and share source code. If you’re...

Separation of Duties in Code Commits with Your Pipeline

Editor’s Note: This is a guest blog post written by Ishu Gupta , senior software engineer at Capital One. The post first appeared on GitHub. Most of the pipelines with Jenkins today are built using Jenkins shared libraries . These shared libraries provide a huge amount of power to the users as well as to the administrators of these libs. Jenkinsfiles are best when they are used for...

Effectively Using the Kubernetes Plugin with Jenkins

Editor’s Note: This is a guest blog post written by Niklas Tankskanen , consultant for eficode.com. This post first appeared in GitHub. Kubernetes , the container orchestration platform is rapidly becoming popular. There are more and more workloads that you can run on top of Kubernetes. It’s becoming an enabling layer of your hyper-convergened infrastructure. If you set up...
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